Lottery operators in Missouri banned from disclosing winners

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The Legislature of Missouri passed a bill to protect gamblers. The document, approved by the Senate and the State House of Representatives, is sent to the governor of this US region for signature. Under the bill, which is yet to come into force, lottery operators are prohibited from disclosing information about the winners of the draws. Because, as explained in the Missouri Senate, the appearance of money in a person causes unwanted attention from the outside, after which the lucky ones, as has happened more than once, begin to persecute and threaten them. The change in state law establishes protections for lottery players, the state senate said. As reported by My Lucky Story, in another state – Kentucky – authorities are luring local residents to get vaccinated against coronavirus infection by giving away free lottery tickets. Earlier it became known that the Lithuanian authorities fined the New Miracle lottery operator for violating the rules for combating the financing of terrorism and money laundering. Recall that the Greentube gambling company has made its monetary contribution to countering problematic gambling.

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