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Should lottery winners' names be made public?

( Updated: 2014-11-28 08:06

Blindman (US)

This is a public lottery and so everything should be made public. If it was a private lottery, like at a casino, then it could be kept secret. I'm against any state or federal agency hiding any information when the public has a right to know.

Should lottery winners' names be made public?

Seven IT workers from Liverpool celebrate 45 million pounds on the Camelote Euromillions Lottery at the Thornton Hall Hotel, Thornton Hough, Wirral, UK.[Photo/IC]

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