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Introduced House Bill (H)

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Video gaming terminals and charity gaming. Authorizes wagering on video gaming terminals in certain establishments. Requires the gaming commission to issue video gaming licenses based on the population of the county and the type of establishment. Establishes a licensing structure for participants in video gaming. Imposes a video gaming wagering tax of 30% of adjusted gross receipts. Allows an operator of or a worker at a charity gaming event (other than a full-time employee of the qualified organization conducting the event) to receive remuneration for conducting or assisting in conducting the event. Provides that meals, recognition dinners, and social events Video gaming terminals and charity gaming. Authorizes wagering on video gaming terminals in certain establishments. Requires the gaming commission to issue video gaming licenses based on the population of the county and the type of establishment. Establishes a licensing structure for participants in video gaming. Imposes a video gaming wagering tax of 30% of adjusted gross receipts. Allows an operator of or a worker at a charity gaming event (other than a full-time employee of the qualified organization conducting the event) to receive remuneration for conducting or assisting in conducting the event. Provides that meals, recognition dinners, and social events for operators and workers are permitted if they do not constitute an unreasonable expenditure in the conduct of an allowable event. ... View more