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  • "It's gratifying to have added yet another year to the record books, especially in light of the challenging economy," Maryland Lottery Director Stephen Martino said.

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  • "This is a play where there were multiple touchdowns that were scored," Mr. Martino said. "We're going to spike the ball for Maryland, and we're going to let the other states and other lotteries come forward when they're prepared to talk about the winning tickets."

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