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4-digit lottery numbers: New Jersey to issue lottery numbers for the first time in two years

4-digit lottery numbers: New Jersey to issue lottery numbers for the first time in two years

New Jersey will issue the lottery numbers in two-year increments starting on April 1, officials said Monday.

In addition, lottery winners in all 50 states will have their numbers scanned and printed on a government-issued paper that is intended for state officials to display at the line for winners.

“This lottery will help us to better understand how people are coming out of the lottery system and help us provide a better quality of life for people,” New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie said.

“We are a state that believes that the future belongs to everyone,” he added.

“People who are able to buy their way into the lottery can also benefit from a better job market.

They can also help create a better environment for our state, which will bring about a greater sense of prosperity and security for New Jerseyans.”

The lottery will be rolled out on a rolling basis, with each year a slightly different number, officials told ABC News.

“The lottery is the easiest way to make sure that we can be transparent and honest about the lottery,” Christie said at a news conference.

The lottery process will be administered by the New Jersey Lottery Authority, a state-run lottery operator.

Christie, who has been the lottery’s chairman for the past six years, said the lottery has been “thoroughly audited” and the lottery operator will conduct “an extensive audit.”ABC News’ Julie Pace contributed to this report.