New Jersey residents could claim their lottery winnings anonymously, avoiding would-be moochers and long-lost family, if a bill in the state Senate makes it all the way into law. The bill, S-2267, would amend the state's lottery regulations and allow lottery winners to claim their prize and remain anonymous indefinitely.What channel is the New Jersey Lottery on?
On January 1, 2013; the New Jersey Lottery drawings returned to broadcast television. The drawings were aired on WLNY (channel 10/55) in northern New Jersey, and WPSG-TV (channel 57), in southern New Jersey, both of which are owned by CBS.What is N J lottery?
The New Jersey Lottery is operated by the government of New Jersey, known affectionately as the Garden State. The New Jersey Lottery is one of the most cost-efficient of the USA Lottery companies and was formed back in 1969 when voters in New Jersey agreed to the creation of a state lottery by a huge majority of 81.5%.