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With the Mega Millions jackpot at $1.6 billion and the Powerball lottery at $620 million, there’s a total of $2.2 billion up for grabs this week. Why is the sum so large? And what should you do if you win? Gordon Medenica, lead director of the Mega Millions Group and director of Maryland Lottery and Gaming, stops by TODAY.