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California man claims $191M Mega Millions jackpot

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American Indian's avatar - disney14
Mesa, AZ USA
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I think many of us put money into it; they need to spread the wealth. They should break it up by states so that its fair for everyone. Kind of susicious that many states are involved but winners from one state, mainly?

WHAT ARE YOU EVEN TALKING ABOUT?

Go back an Read about 4-5 months you don't have to read the entire Post than You'll know where the Majority of WINNERS have come from! DO IT NOW....

Your name explains a lot, like we've always said MOST OF THE RICH Have more $$$ than SENSE, I've had Both, since the money part Is no longer possible at least I still have SENSE....

TODD, puts a lot of time into investigating and writing His Post on here to keep us readers Informed......

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    I think many of us put money into it; they need to spread the wealth. They should break it up by states so that its fair for everyone. Kind of susicious that many states are involved but winners from one state, mainly?

    If you want smaller jackpots by state there is always your own state lottery.  Texas has quite a robust one.

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      Simpsonville
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      Actually, you are the one who doesn't know.  And your statement about Eddie Tipton shows you really have no clue.  He did use a lawyer and LLC.  Any person casually reading Lottery Post news would know that.  Stop trolling or you won't last long.

      Even  an LLC the state still knows who rightfully owns the ticket, correct Todd?  The IRS definitely knows  they will get their money. 

      Not to sound political because I could care less for the Orangeman, but maybe he will reign in the IRS.  Was glad he did for mandatory health insurance that the IRS can no longer fine you if you don't have ACA or private insurance.  Politically speaking I foresee someone in his administration nixing that outdated 1961 law forbidding purchasing lottery tickets over the phone and the yet unborn internet.  It's an archaic law that the DOJ needs to turn a blind eye to.

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        A WINNER.... should always have a plan..... BEFORE WINNING THE LOTTERY!!!!!!

        Do your research !!!! 

        All 50 states should've ....anonymous .....we know there's

        about 5 states who already has it anonymous ( Delaware , Kansas , North Dakota ,

        Ohio and South Carolina ) , you might want to research Maryland , supposedly

        they've it as long as they can remember .

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          A WINNER.... should always have a plan..... BEFORE WINNING THE LOTTERY!!!!!!

          Do your research !!!! 

          All 50 states should've ....anonymous .....we know there's

          about 5 states who already has it anonymous ( Delaware , Kansas , North Dakota ,

          Ohio and South Carolina ) , you might want to research Maryland , supposedly

          they've it as long as they can remember .

          Is your anonymity worth $21.3 million bucks?  Because the state taxes are pretty high in Maryland (8.75%) and that is how much it would be on this size of a jackpot.

            dallascowboyfan's avatar - chi
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            Congratulations Mr. Freney....

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