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House Bill 1153

House Bill 1153

ARCHIVE (2008)

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DIGEST OF HB1153 (Updated March 4, 2008 4:35 pm - DI 84)

Gaming. Specifies that type II gaming may be conducted by taverns that are issued a retailer's endorsement that is affixed to the tavern owner's alcoholic beverage permit. Specifies that the alcohol and tobacco commission administers type II gaming. Provides that the authorized sale of pull tabs, punchboards, and tip boards is exempt from the state gross retail tax. Provides that fees and civil penalties must be deposited into the excise enforcement and administration fund. Provides that excise taxes must be deposited into the state general fund. Requires the Indiana gaming commission to adopt rules to establish the manner in which a qualified organization may supervise certain euchre games. Provides that a patron who deals the cards in a euchre game is not considered to be a worker or an operator for purposes of the charity gaming law. Requires a qualified organization to designate an individual to serve as the operator of a charity gaming event. Provides that a qualified organization holding an annual raffle license may conduct raffles at any time during a period of one year. Authorizes certain qualified organizations to conduct winner take all drawings under a PPT license. Specifies that certain slot machine revenues paid to horsemen's associations may not be used for political contributions or lobbying.
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