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Californians have long had the ability to track lottery updates on their mobile phones, or get updates via the lottery's Twitter account. However, with the release of the CA Lottery API, developers may have entered the scene as California's latest player of the odds.
Back in February, ProgrammableWeb reported that The White House had released a new We the People API to a select group of developers at the February 2013 White House Open Data Day Hackathon. The White House has now announced that the read-only version of the We the People API has been released to the public.
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