With counties opening up, Oregon’s video poker machines flashing back to life

The headquarters of the Oregon Lottery in Salem. (Jake Thomas/Salem Reporter)

The Oregon Lottery is making plans to turn on video poker machines in those counties where retailers are allowed to reopen, said Matt Shelby, spokesman for the agency.

“We’ll be following the governor’s guidelines just like in restaurants so the experience for those playing will be different than it was . . .

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