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Alabama Lottery General Purpose To persuade Specific Purpose To persuade my listeners to support having a lottery in Alabama Central Idea A lottery in Alabama would greatly benefit our states education program INTRODUCTION Each one of us is aware that the education system in Alabama is in great trouble We are ranked close to the bottom of the list when it comes to having a good education program It seems that out public school systems are getting worse as the years go by Taxes Pro-ration and lotteries are a few things that have been greatly affecting the school systems in Alabama today In 1999 the state of Alabama voted on whether or not we should have a lottery The lottery was not passed If Alabama had passed the lottery our education program would be greatly improving Today I am going to tell you about the problems that having a lottery in Alabama causes and the solutions to these problems Transition Lets begin by looking at some of the problems caused by not having a lottery BODY IFormer Governor Don Siegalman was greatly in favor of passing a lottery in Alabama AThe lottery would be in order to benefit the states education program BAfter much debating over whether or not to have a lottery Siegalmans idea was not passed 1Because of this Alabamas education program continues to deteriorate CMany problems arise because of the fact that Alabama does not have a lottery 1Thirty-seven states have passed a lottery 2We are one of the few states that does not have one in order to help our schools 3An article in the New York Times states that In a state where spending on public education has traditionally lagged near the bottom in national rankings lottery supporters said that it would be the only way to improve funding particularly with voters opposed to
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