In this Oct. 6 photo, Julie Leach of of Three Rivers, Mich., holds her $310 Million Powerball jackpot check, accompanied by Michigan Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen in Lansing, Mich. Lottery executives are trying to strike a balance between ensuring privacy and safety while still proving to the public that real people can win.
In this Oct. 6 photo, Julie Leach of of Three Rivers, Mich., holds her $310 Million Powerball jackpot check, accompanied by Michigan Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen in Lansing, Mich. Lottery executives are trying to strike a balance between ensuring privacy and safety while still proving to the public that real people can win. Dale G. Young AP
In this Oct. 6 photo, Julie Leach of of Three Rivers, Mich., holds her $310 Million Powerball jackpot check, accompanied by Michigan Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen in Lansing, Mich. Lottery executives are trying to strike a balance between ensuring privacy and safety while still proving to the public that real people can win. Dale G. Young AP

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