Lottery winners are money in the bank for the states that run the games. The policy of requiring lottery winners to be identified before getting their checks is due to two major factors: transparency, so the public knows who’s taking home millions of public dollars, and as a valuable public-relations tool, experts said. “If someone...
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Why New York doesn’t allow anonymous lottery winners
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