By Kate NorthropOn Thursday, a State Representative proposed new legislature that would allow Michigan winners of multi-state games like Mega Millions and Powerball to remain anonymous when claiming a prize. Only winners of local in-state Michigan games are currently allowed to remain anonymous, but a bill introduced by Rep. Pat Outman specifies that players who win multi-state games would be able to choose to remain anonymous as well. \"The bill would allow those who win the lottery to have the choice to keep their identities anonymous. Mega Millions winners have one year from the draw date to claim their prize. \"Several other states allow winners to remain anonymous, and, in my opinion, it's time Michigan allow this option as well.\"
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