Lottery accused of 'systemic racism' after massive Powerball payout

The largest Powerball jackpot lottery ticket ever was recently sold in Altadena,

California. Critics say the lottery system is a form of "consumer financial fraud" and

"systemic racism". The national director of "Stop Predatory Gambling," Les Bernal called

the lottery a "financial fraud". The piece highlights how stores selling lottery tickets

are more likely to be located in poor communities of every state, but money is not

reinvested back into those communities. "The lottery doesn't discriminate," lawyer

Andrew Cohen says. Don't sign the ticket until you know whether you or the