Jackson held a winning lottery ticket, but tried to redeem it three days past the deadline. (See CT lawmakers again seek lottery winnings from 1995 ticket, Lottery Post, Feb. 23, 2015.) Anne Noble, CEO of the Connecticut Lottery Corp., said changing the rules for Jackson or anyone else would set a dangerous precedent because there are about $255 million in unclaimed lottery prizes dating from 1996. Under the rules at the time of Jackson's purchase, lottery winners had a full year to claim their prize. He later filed a lawsuit against the lottery, but he lost when a judge issued a summary judgment against him.
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