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Senate Bill 0140

Senate Bill 0140

ARCHIVE (2005)

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DIGEST OF SB140 (Updated April 18, 2005 4:30 pm - DI 84)

Use of charity gaming proceeds. Prohibits the department of state revenue (department) from adopting a rule requiring a qualified organization to use a minimum percentage of its gross receipts from allowable events for its lawful purposes. Eliminates the department's authority to set by rule the allowable expenditures of a qualified organization with respect to an allowable event. Sets forth the expenses that may be subtracted from gross receipts to determine a qualified organization's net proceeds from an allowable event. Authorizes certain nonprofit business organizations to conduct door prize events. Authorizes an annual door prize event license. Defines certain items used to conduct raffles as qualified personal property. Prohibits the department from adopting a rule or otherwise limiting the rent that may be charged to lease qualified personal property. Provides that a person who leases qualified personal property to a qualified organization is not an operator or a worker for the allowable event. Prohibits the department from denying a qualified organization's application for a charity gaming license on the basis of the rent charged to the qualified organization to lease qualified personal property. Voids certain rules adopted by the department regarding the use of charity gaming proceeds. Voids a rule limiting the amount of rent that may be charged to rent personal property.
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