Massachusetts Lottery News
Wednesday May 11 | via NewsOn6 Tulsa
Multiple people have been stabbed separate attacks at the mall and a home in Massachusett... The dueling lawsuits over North Carolina's law on bathroom use by transgender people have landed in the hands of three federal judges appointed by Republican presidents. The dueling lawsuits over North Carolina's law on bathroom use by transgender people have landed in the hands of three federal judges appointed by Republican presidents. Comment?
Feb 2, 2016 | via Sentinel & Enterprise
The Massachusetts Lottery plans to launch a new electronic monitor game this summer to replace its existing "Jackpot Poker" game, Treasurer Deborah Goldberg said Tuesday. Goldberg announced the new game, called "All or Nothing," during testimony before the Joint Committee on Ways and Means, in which she requested an increase in monitor games funding in next year's budget. Comment?
Jan 12, 2016 | via Patch.com
The jackpot for the upcoming Powerball drawing increased to an estimated $1.5 billion on Tuesday afternoon, a world record for any lottery jackpot game, according to Massachusetts Lottery officials. The next Powerball drawing for the estimated $1.5 BILLION dollar jackpot will be 10:59 p.m. Wednesday. Comment?
Jan 13, 2016 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Call it a license to dream for a few hours, at least until 10 p.m. tonight. A license to dream at the chance of a $1.5 billion – and still likely to climb through the day -- Powerball jackpot. Comment?
Jan 9, 2016 | via Boston.com
Anyone purchasing a Powerball ticket for the Saturday night drawing has a very small chance of winning a very big sum: a record-setting estimated $900 million jackpot, with the current cash option at an estimated $558 million. The jackpot has been growing for 18 consecutive drawings without a top prize winner, according to a statement by the Massachusetts State Lottery. Comment?
Jan 8, 2016 | via Patch.com
Plus, a $1 million Powerball ticket is sold in Massachusetts, but the jackpot grows to record levels, and the opioid battle gets a boost. On its site, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection lists 22 communities that do not allow open burning at all. Comment?
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