Names of State Lottery winners could no longer be made public, under a bill debated Tuesday afternoon in a Minnesota House committee. Author, Eden Prairie Democrat Carlie Kotyza-Witthuhn agreed to allow a winner’s name to be released if they request it:

“Does allow additional flexibility for the Lottery itself, and then for winners who, should they choose to want to be Instagram-famous, shall we say, for participating in some of these marketing opportunities, it allows them the opportunity to do so.”

Lottery officials still have concerns with the bill, which will likely be discussed in future hearings.