Lottery News

Posted by admin | | Tuesday 13 July 2010 7:59 pm

  • Nebraska weighing anonymity for lottery winners - A Nebraska legislator has introduced a bill that would allow Nebraska Lottery players who win $300,000 or more to remain anonymous, blocking their names from being released by creating a new exemption to the Nebraska Public Records laws.

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  • Alabama lawmaker tries again with new lottery proposal - An Alabama lawmaker says he plans to propose an amendment to the state's constitution to put an education lottery on the ballot for citizens to vote on in November.

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  • Lottery Post can now 'speak' lottery results - Speednet Group, a leading lottery technology company, today announced a new voice synthesis feature for the Lottery Post website that can speak the winning numbers at the tap of a button.

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  • Massachusetts man sues 2 women, claiming they cheated him out of $4 million lottery prize - A Massachusetts man says two women cheated him out of $4 million in lottery winnings by taking advantage of his inability to read or speak English.

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  • Kentucky Lottery president and CEO set to retire - In today's meeting of the Kentucky Lottery Corporation's board of directors, Lottery President and CEO Tom Delacenserie announced his retirement effective March 6.

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