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You have -- the Minnesota winner gave squat quite -- -- and -- it's cubic.
And Jeb Bush had time -- the whole thing because Paul Light really was very animated and he was very adamant about how he planned to spend the money for instance he says he plans take care of his family and his friends take a long vacation maybe even take up the charity.
But he's not planning to go big in fact the car that he's got his eye on runs about 25000.
And there is something he does not plan to do.
I good friends Nancy Enron actually work with down run this morning -- my boss.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- all electric ago there was a wanna be wanna draw the line get the opportunity to do whatever I want I know I can't I'm not going to be -- -- -- people just don't keep working.
About an hour for anybody else and.
They chose the lump sum -- and 86 million dollars but after taxes -- take -- about 58.
Million bucks not bad game live on that anything from the winners in Jersey.
Whether some rumors buzzing around but nothing yet has been confirmed the fact in new Jersey state lottery came out held a news conference at the super Stop & Shop in south Brunswick and the check that the lottery officials carrying.
As you can see had question marks all over it in New Jersey winners have one year to come forward.
And because of issues in the past even when a winner does step forward this state will be extra cautious let's.
No -- come forward officially.
We heard that they might have been a phone call received from somebody claiming to be the winner.
But if you remember.
A few months ago when mr.
case I don't want someone in Borden town at the truck stop claim to be the winner of the prize and they -- So until someone officially comes forward -- we can't say we've heard from anyone.
The violation is referring to Pedro because Saito who actually came forward in March after winning 330.
Million dollars give my jet ever since they doubled the ticket prices from -- -- bucks we have in the past year had the three biggest lottery jackpots.
In history -- -- -- dozens of people who just barely missed the jackpot got a mighty nice consolation prize.
Lottery officials say 34 people across America each 12 prizes of at least one million dollars.
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