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Coral Springs woman and her wife claim $10 million Florida lottery win

BY NICK SORTAL, Sun-Sentinel

A Coral Springs woman and her wife have claimed a $10 million lottery win -- the largest haul of the year so far in Broward and Palm Beach counties

Tara Tuttle, 35, of Coral Springs, claimed the $10 million top prize in the Billion Dollar Blockbust Scratch-off game at  Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee. Her ticket cost $20 (yep, 20 bucks. But the lottery officials note that scratch-off payback is about 70 percent compared to 50 percent for the draw games).

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Since when can a woman have a wife in the State of Florida? To the best of my knowledge, same sex marriages are not recognized in this state.

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