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Senate Bill 0414


Senate Bill 0414

ARCHIVE (2009)

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DIGEST OF SB414 (Updated April 21, 2009 4:39 pm - DI 84)


Charity gaming. Provides that a charity gaming patron is not required to submit and a qualified organization is not required to obtain certain information unless the patron wins at least $250 on a pull tab, punchboard, or tip board game or the qualified organization is required to report the patron's winnings to the Internal Revenue Service for federal income tax purposes. Provides that an administrative rule that requires a patron to submit or a qualified organization to obtain, record, or report information that is inconsistent with these provisions is void. Specifies that certain reusable licensed supplies are not subject to the requirement that licensed supplies be obtained from licensed manufacturers or distributors. Allows an individual to be an operator for three qualified organizations in a calendar month. (Current law limits an individual to serving one qualified organization per month.) Specifies when a worker at a festival event may participate in gaming activity offered at the festival. Permits an individual who is a member of a qualified organization to participate as a worker at allowable events held by other qualified organizations.
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