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Players seek $250 million from Texas Lottery contractor
Lottery rules should never be written like tech. industry EULA/Privacy agreements.....confusing to the masses that have no legal background.
Dec 16, 2014, 5:53 pm - mypiemaster - Lottery News forum

Florida Lottery winner outed as sexual predator
A criminal record or what crime you did has nothing to do with wining the lottery. While I would prefer rapists, child molesters, drug dealers and a whole bunch of other people did not win the lottery, that does not mean they don't have the right to win the lottery. If they paid the money and they are of legal age, then it is their money, end of story. If their victims want to sue them and it is within the law, then that is fine also, but it is their money, end of story.
Dec 11, 2014, 3:47 pm - VenomV12 - Lottery News forum

Lottery syndicates online
They loosened their interpretation of the Federal Wire Act but they have not officially come out and said this is legal. Basically they just sent a memo stating what is expressly prohibited, and everyone accepts it as law. Even if it is/was legal, it is still illegal for third-parties to sell lottery tickets by mail or online in the U.S.
Dec 11, 2014, 7:58 am - LottoMetro - Lottery Discussion forum

Lottery syndicates online
On the subject of being legal, the US justice department made it official in 2011 that it s legal to sell lottery tickets online.
Dec 11, 2014, 7:00 am - HenryPatt - Lottery Discussion forum

The Lottery Was Not Created For Poor People To Play
I was next in line and after seeing the look on my face, the clerk assured me it was legal. My guess is it was how the clerk rang it up because the state law prohibits purchasing lottery tickets using an EBT card. In stores that won't take an EBT card as payment for lottery tickets, they probably do it the old fashioned way by selling something they bought using their card. The real problem is when they win a bunch of money, don't tell the welfare people, and continue receiving public assista ...
Dec 7, 2014, 1:32 am - Stack47 - Lottery Discussion forum

Texas: 12/1 - 12/31/2014
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Dec 2, 2014, 9:53 pm - dannyboyhouston - Pick 3 forum

North Carolina: 11/1 - 11/30/2014
Thanks jewzee Congrats to you too! Sounds like we could do better there than the lottery! I'm not going back for awhile because I know how addicting it can get...done that before. I think they're opening up by how the different counties decide if it's legal or not. They open close here often....but looks like they may stay open awhile now.
Nov 22, 2014, 8:13 am - Vergie6 - Pick 3 forum

Audit: Stores buying Michigan lottery tickets from players
They already know which retailers and forgot it's not against the law to purchase a lottery ticket for less than face value. I never did it, but if someone offered me a legitimate pick-4 $5000 winning ticket for $2000, I probably would. There sure are lots of state agencies and reporters trying to get their five minutes of fame on something that is apparently legal.
Nov 19, 2014, 12:42 am - Stack47 - Lottery News forum

UK lottery winner says he's happier now that the money's gone
Rule 1 Do not go public, keep your anonymity. Going public attracts the wrong sort of people. Get professional legal and financial advice and enjoy your financial freedom in peace and quiet.
Nov 18, 2014, 8:27 pm - myturn - Lottery News forum

We have 6 Internet Cafes in Ohio
Read the article and you'll see that all your drama is unnecessary. Players can win much more than $10 but can't legally collect more than $10 in cash. The only point I was making, which both of you ignored is why would anybody would take a chance of not getting paid in cash when there are legal casinos in the area. Do you think all those people going to Vegas would go if their winnings were paid off in gas, phone, and gift cards?
Nov 18, 2014, 4:51 pm - Stack47 - Gaming forum