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Convicted murderer Dee Dee Moore in support of anonymous lottery claims in Florida
Moore says having lottery winners' identities revealed puts a target on them By Kate Northrop The woman who was convicted for killing Florida Lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare said in a phone interview that she supports anonymous prize claims as a measure to protect lottery winners from harm. Dee Dee Moore, now 49, was found guilty of first-degree murder and possessing and discharging a firearm on Dec. 10, 2012 after prosecutors argued that she swindled and then killed Shakespeare
Mar 2, 2022, 5:54 pm - Lottery News

Bill granting limited lottery winner anonymity passes in Florida House
New legislation offers temporary reprieve from public eye for wins over a certain amount By Kate Northrop The Florida House passed a bill that would allow lottery winners of $250,000 and over to keep their identity hidden from public eye for 90 days. On Wednesday, the Florida House voted nearly unanimously to pass a lottery bill that prevents winners of $250,000 or more from having to divulge their identity for a limited amount of time. With a vote of 114-1, there was little to
Feb 7, 2022, 12:37 pm - Lottery News

Missouri will allow lottery winners to remain anonymous
New law takes effect in August By Kate Northrop Lottery winners in Missouri will soon be able to claim their prizes under full anonymity once a new law takes effect in August. On Tuesday afternoon, Governor Mike Parson signed four bills into law, one of which allows Missouri Lottery winners the ability to keep their names a secret. According to a press release from the Governor's website, HB 402 prohibits the Lottery Commission from publishing a winner's name unless they have w
Jun 30, 2021, 1:00 pm - Lottery News

Alabama lottery hopefuls to be disappointed yet again
Legislative session ends without consensus on lottery bill By Kate Northrop Alabama residents hoping to get a state lottery will have to wait even longer since the 2021 legislative session ended before lawmakers could agree on the particulars of a gaming bill. Legislators seem to agree on enacting a state lottery for a variety of reasons, which include tightening up unregulated gambling and finding new sources of funding for public programs. However, lawmakers could not reach an agreeme
May 18, 2021, 4:47 pm - Lottery News

Minnesota will allow anonymous lottery prize claims
New law comes into effect September 1 By Kate Northrop Minnesota will join the growing list of states that allow players to claim lottery prizes anonymously when a new law goes into effect granting winners of certain big prizes the option to withhold their names from the public record. On Friday, Governor Tim Walz signed a bill into law that will allow lottery winners of prizes over $10,000 to keep their names private. The bill passed through the Minnesota Legislature unanimously and
May 10, 2021, 1:38 pm - Lottery News

Irish lawmakers look to crack down on private lotteries
New bill would prevent bookies from piggybacking on National Lottery By Kate Northrop Talks of tighter controls in the lottery and gaming industry to prevent bookies and commercial gambling operations from managing their own private lotteries are starting to ramp up in Ireland's Senate. Irish lawmakers are trying to figure out how to stop bookmakers from piggybacking and profiteering from the National Lottery, similar to how a New Jersey man illegally operated his own private lottery ba
Apr 27, 2021, 7:29 am - Lottery News

Florida considers partial lottery winner anonymity
Bill passes in the House, moves to the Senate By Kate Northrop Florida lawmakers introduced a new bill that could grant lottery winners of $250,000 or more a three-month period of anonymity before their identity is revealed to the public. A bill granting temporary anonymity to lottery winners of big prizes passed Wednesday in the House by a vote of 117 to 1. Now the measure heads to the Senate, but with little time left in the current legislative session, it is unlikely that it will bec
Apr 22, 2021, 9:44 am - Lottery News

Legislation allows Montana lottery winners to remain anonymous
The Montana Lottery sent out its first news release Friday listing major lottery prizes won this week without including the names of the winners, following a new law allowing prize winners to remain anonymous. The Legislature passed the bill last month and Gov. Greg Gianforte signed it into law on March 31. While the legislation did not have an effective date, lottery spokesperson Jennifer McKee said they followed the spirit of the legislation in only releasing the towns were the major pri
Apr 15, 2021, 11:42 am - Lottery News

Alabama Senate passes lottery, gaming legislation
Tuesday night, Alabama state senators passed a constitutional amendment, along with three companion bills, to allow a lottery to be created in the state and allow for casino-style gambling. The constitutional amendments include a comprehensive plan that incudes a simple lottery one that only allows people to buy tickets in person or online, and creates a broader system that would also allow for casino-style gambling. Senators passed the constitutional amendment 23-9. It now goes to the sta
Apr 14, 2021, 7:57 am - Lottery News

Arkansas bill would allow lottery winners to remain anonymous
Bill granting anonymity to winners of $500,000 or more passes in Senate By Kate Northrop Arkansas lottery players looking for their next big win might be granted the choice to claim their winnings anonymously after a bill protecting winners' identities passed in the Senate. On Wednesday, a bill allowing Arkansas winners of $500,000 or more the choice to remain anonymous was approved in the Senate 26-9. The bill was drafted and sponsored by Senator Larry Teague, who had previously put
Mar 16, 2021, 7:43 am - Lottery News

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