* The Plaindealer:
Gov. John Kasich is taking another step toward privatizing the operations of the Ohio Lottery Commission.
The administration plans to hire a consultant to look at the nuts and bolts of converting the $2.6 billion lottery into a quasi-government agency and determine its value......
.....The state's contract with Moelis is a source of controversy because it allowed the company to net $13 million in incentive fees for negotiating higher license fees from casino companies and for helping close a deal to bring video lottery terminals, or VLTs, to horse race tracks, a move initiated by former Gov. Ted Strickland. Moelis also receives a monthly retainer worth $200,000.....
It seems the only people getting jobs are Kasich's consultants. How much will the next "consultant" make off of this Kasich plan?
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**** I guess the New York Times refused to publish a retraction that had been demanded by Darrell Issa. The Fifth Column has all the details.