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July 26, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Gov. Gray Davis on Tuesday appointed a 7-Eleven Inc. executive to the $118,514-a-year job as director of the California State Lottery. Joan M. Wilson, 68, of West Covina has been a 7-Eleven government affairs specialist since 1972. Her appointment must be confirmed by the state Senate. She is not well known among state lawmakers who oversee the lottery, and her appointment came as a surprise Tuesday. The appointment "has a neutral cast for me," said Sen. Don Perata (D-Oakland).
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August 25, 2002 | NANCY VOGEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The California Lottery will get a face-lift in the coming year as roughly 19,000 decade-old ticket-dispensing machines are replaced in grocery stores and bars across the state. Under a contract approved this month by the Lottery Commission, gaming industry giant GTECH Corp. will install sleek black and purple machines that promise to work faster, better and more cheaply than the last generation of terminals. GTECH was the sole bidder for the last such overhaul in 1992.
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