Skip to comments.His shotgun made news; now he's on lottery panel
Posted on 01/12/2012 9:18:58 AM PST by SmithL
Phil Tagami, the Oakland developer who made headlines by defending his building with a shotgun during Occupy protests last year, has been appointed to the California Lottery Commission, one of three commission appointments Gov. Jerry Brown announced Wednesday afternoon.
Brown's recasting of the three-member commission comes a month after his appointment of a new lottery director, former business consultant Robert O'Neill. The lottery does about $3 billion in game sales annually and provides about $1 billion to California schools.
Like Brown, the appointees all are Democrats. Brown and Tagami, 46, know each other from Oakland, where Brown was mayor, and Tagami is a political supporter of his.
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Democraps running the CA lottery.
Sufficient reason to go FULL AUDIT on them.