California Lottery Considers Selling Tickets at Gas Pump

By NBC Bay Area Staff
|  Sunday, Mar 30, 2014  |  Updated 5:45 PM PDT
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The California Lottery Commission is considering a program that would allow players to buy certain lottery tickets at the gas pump.

The Play at the Pump program would be tested in Sacramento and Los Angeles.

Someone would have to verify their age and buy gas before buying lottery tickets.

The Lottery Commission still has to OK the project.

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