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Senate Bill 0100

ARCHIVE (2006)

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DIGEST OF SB100 (Updated March 9, 2006 2:55 pm - DI 84)

Charity gaming. Transfers the powers and duties of administering charity gaming from the department of state revenue to the gaming commission. Allows a candidate's committee to conduct a raffle event. Removes a provision restricting a qualified organization's charity gaming events to the county of its home office. Increases the maximum initial license fee from $25 to $50. Increases license renewal fees. Authorizes the commission to issue annual raffle licenses. Provides that an annual raffle license authorizes not more than five raffle events in a calendar year. Grants the gaming commission the authority to approve additional gambling events. Defines the term "member" for purposes of the charity gaming laws. Establishes a procedure under which a qualified organization that conducts only one charity gaming event in a calendar year may submit an application for a license for the event without including the Social Security numbers of the workers for the proposed event. Provides that a qualified organization using the procedure may not require an individual who wishes to participate in the allowable event as a worker to submit the individual's Social Security number to the qualified organization. Allows the gaming commission to approve: (1) a qualified organizations's utilization of a nonmember as a worker if the nonmember is a member of another qualified organization; and (2) the sharing of receipts with the qualified organization of which the worker is a member. Makes an appropriation.
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