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$200,000 A YEAR FOR LIFE. Wendy Holmes, Lake City . $1,000,000. Mark Schay, West Palm Beach. $2,000,000. Michael Baines, Sr., Jacksonville
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Oregon State Lottery tickets first went on sale in 1985. The lottery started with an instant-win game, and soon added Oregon's Game Megabucks, a still-popular jackpot game. The Oregon Lottery was the first state to introduce Video Lottery Terminals—24-hour-managed video lottery systems—in 1992.
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There were multiple lottery winners in September. Massachusetts State Lottery winner: Franklin resident claims $25,000 a year for life prize from September, among a dozen other lottery winners
Winner's Spotlight. Card 1 2nd Chance Winner $15,000. Card 2 Scratchers Winner $10,000,000. Card 3 Mega Millions Winner $2,390,000. Card 4 2nd Chance Winner $15,000. Card 5 Scratchers Winner $75,000. Card 6 Scratchers Winner $2,000,000.
Winners of prizes greater than $600 will receive a W-2G form when claiming the prize. The Michigan Lottery reports all lottery winnings over $600 to the IRS and the Michigan Department of Treasury. The lottery also withholds taxes from certain lottery winnings. Check our Tax Information section for further details.
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