A recent South Dakota Supreme Court decision that outlawed the state's video lottery has raised questions about the constitutionality of budget cuts that were implemented to replace lost video lottery revenues.

Janelle Toman, press secretary for Gov. Walter D. Miller, said last week that a group of South Dakota counties has filed a lawsuit over the anticipated loss of a total of $15 million of state revenues allocated for counties.

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