Introduced House Bill (H)

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DIGEST

Qualified organizations. Specifies that a qualified organization under the charity gaming law may use not more than 50% of the money deposited into its separate charity gaming account to pay wages, salaries, and wage and salary related expenses. Increases the maximum number of guest days that certain private clubs may designate from three to four days in a month or from nine to 12 days in a quarter. Removes the option that quarterly designations of guest days be made over consecutive days within the quarter. Removes obsolete language relating to guest days designated by clubs that serve alcoholic beverages on Qualified organizations. Specifies that a qualified organization under the charity gaming law may use not more than 50% of the money deposited into its separate charity gaming account to pay wages, salaries, and wage and salary related expenses. Increases the maximum number of guest days that certain private clubs may designate from three to four days in a month or from nine to 12 days in a quarter. Removes the option that quarterly designations of guest days be made over consecutive days within the quarter. Removes obsolete language relating to guest days designated by clubs that serve alcoholic beverages on not more than two days per week. ... View more