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Should lottery winners' names be made public?

( Updated: 2014-11-28 08:06

hajario (Canada)

In Canada, the name has to be made public and I am pretty sure you have to attend a press conference. You can answer "no comment" to every question until the reporters get bored.

Should lottery winners' names be made public?

Neal Wanless, 23, accepts a ceremonial check for winning a $232 million Powerball lottery jackpot, on June 5, 2009, in Pierre, S.D. Neal Wanless, who lives on his family's 320-acre ranch near Mission, S.D., bought the winning ticket in the nearby town of Winner late last month during a trip to buy livestock feed. He will take home $88.5 million in a lump sum payment after taxes are deducted. [Photo/IC]

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