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Tax office workers win Powerball lottery jackpot
there is no chance of WINNING a lawsuit...the others didnt put up their money to play and they get nothing...if someone said we will give you something and after they change mind and say we'll give you nothing they can do so...didnt play your not entitled to winning argument in any court...whatever they decide to share is a big gift to the recipient no matter the amount...they could have chiped in a buck in the pool but didn't...if you cannot give me one buck then why should i give yo
Mar 17, 2008, 7:42 pm - benmas - Lottery News

How Did The Lawsuit Workout
Any news on the two gay women that hit $1 Million Dollar Scratch Off From Republic, PA remember the one tried to take off with it, and the other one paid for it with her debit card, what a mess...
May 15, 2006, 11:21 am - mickme$ - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games Forum

Lawsuit Challenging N.C. Lottery Still Alive
Critics of the N.C. Education Lottery won't be able to stop the state's plan to launch the game next month. But they can keep a lawsuit going that says lawmakers cut legal corners in approving the game, according to two court rulings Wednesday. In fact, the court hearings on whether the lottery is legal could continue as the lottery starts. The next court date is scheduled for March 20, 10 days before the lottery's instant winner scratch-off tickets are supposed to go on sale. Wake Coun
Feb 16, 2006, 9:00 am - Todd - Lottery News

GTECH may enter supreme court hearings
A former Texas lottery official, who claimed that then-Gov. George W. Bush's desire to cover up his National Guard record helped steer decisions about a key lottery contract, said he wants to talk to senators about Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers' possible role in that effort. If I were to be subpoenaed to come to the thing, I would come, said Lawrence Littwin, who filed a lawsuit after he was fired as the lottery's executive director in 1997. I would say the committee, I think, would be i
Oct 5, 2005, 11:57 am - Todd - Lottery News

Mega Millions Sets A New Record
It seems like Mega Millions jackpots were like $100 million all the time ever since California joined. Do you think that the lawsuit that was held against the CA state government will stop California's membership or can California still continue Mega Millions regardless of the lawsuit? But Powerball may also have huge rollovers with the new 5/55 + 1/42 matrix. Only time will tell.
Sep 14, 2005, 10:43 am - rundown99 - Jackpot Games Forum

Anti-lottery group will file lawsuit against Mega Millions in Calif.
The California Coalition Against Gambling Expansion will file a lawsuit in Sacramento Superior Court within two weeks seeking an injunction to shut down the state's Mega Millions multistate lotto as unconstitutional, it said Thursday.If successful in the lawsuit, it could cost the California Lottery plenty. Possible lawsuits by the other 11 states in the game, lost startup costs, a dent in the lottery's sales-fostering integrity and other fallout could total tens of millions of dollars.Adopting
Jun 24, 2005, 10:33 am - Todd - Lottery News

Winning Powerball lottery ticket in dispute
Kansas couple claims $200,000 Powerball ticket is theirsAn ownership dispute over a winning Powerball lottery ticket worth $200,000 prompted a Grantville, Kansas couple to file a lawsuit against the Kansas Lottery and the Kroger Co. earlier this month.Topeka attorney Danton Hejtmanek filed the lawsuit on Feb. 10 in Shawnee County District Court on behalf of Ara and Gary Carbonneau, who claim to have purchased a winning Powerball ticket and have a receipt to prove it.Michele A. Kaminski, who was
Feb 27, 2004, 4:40 am - Todd - Lottery News

Indiana Lottery may spend $1M to settle lawsuit
A lawsuit over a winning $5 scratch-off lottery ticket may end up costing the state of Indiana more than $1 million. Indianapolis resident Tom H. Smith bought a $2 instant win ticket in 1996 and won $5. But he didn't try to collect the prize until months later and was told it was too late for the payout. Smith appealed to lottery headquarters, saying he had no way of knowing the game had ended, and eventually filed a lawsuit against the Hoosier Lottery. Others joined the lawsuit, sayi
Jun 26, 2006, 7:09 am - Todd - Lottery News

Texas Woman Sues Over Winning Lottery Ticket
A woman who claims she was part of a $36 million Lotto Texas jackpot pool but was excluded from the winnings has sued six women and the Texas Lottery Commission. Betty Domingo of Lubbock claimed in her lawsuit filed Friday that she is due $2.9 million, her share of the April 29 Lotto drawing. The six women named as defendants selected the lump sum $20.9 million cash value option. A judge issued a restraining order Friday to prevent the commission from distributing the money until the dispu
May 25, 2006, 2:26 pm - Todd - Lottery News

IGT prevails in DOJ lawsuit; Wire Act only applies to sports betting
Lotteries and poker are not controlled by Wire Act A fight spanning more than a decade over varying interpretations of the Interstate Wire Act of 1961 may finally be reaching its end after a Rhode Island District Court judge ruled that the US Department of Justice must formally state that the law only applies to sports betting. The ruling, a significant victory for online poker in the US, was made in a November 2021 lawsuit filed by International Game Technology (IGT) against the DOJ in
Sep 24, 2022, 9:26 am - Todd - Lottery News

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