Bill opponents want transparency kept...

Bill opponents want transparency kept for lottery winners

There are 1 comment on the Daily Press & Argus story from Oct 5, 2012, titled Bill opponents want transparency kept for lottery winners. In it, Daily Press & Argus reports that:

Multimillion-dollar lottery winners should be required to make their names public as part of the "price of admission" of playing, a critic of a winner-privacy bill said.

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eLAINE pACKARD

Grand Blanc, MI

#1 Oct 22, 2012
i THINK YOUR NAME SHOULD BE ON ANY HUGE AMOUNT OF WINNINGS OVER $100.00. wHY DO THESE PEOPLE WANT TO KEEP THEIR NAMES UNKNOWN.
gOOD QQUESTGION HUH?

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