Corbett has responded to Attorney General Kathleen Kane's review of his Lottery Private Management Agreement.Kane on Thursday said she had determined that Corbett cannot decide to have a private company run the state's lottery.According to Kane, the authority to privatize the lottery resides with the state Legislature, not the governor's administration.Corbett said he was "deeply disappointed" with Kane's determination."I don't agree with the attorney general's analysis and decision, and we will review our legal options," Corbett said. "We have a growing population where one in four Pennsylvanians will be over the age of 65 by 2017. My goal is to ensure that funding for senior programs keeps pace with that growth."In her statement, Kane stressed that she reviewed only the constitutionality of the contract, not the validity or business wisdom of it.