The Arizona Senate is set to give final approval to a bill allowing lottery winners to stay anonymous.
Currently, Arizona law requires names to be disclosed under a public-records request, even if the winners don't come forward.
Backers say players who hit big jackpots face safety risks.
This bill comes after a Fountain Hills man won part of a $587 million Powerball Jackpot last year.
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