SB 984 Modifies the provision of law which makes it a class B misdemeanor for any gaming licensee to exchange tokens, chips, or other forms of credit used on gambling games for anything of value
Sponsor: Lembke
LR Number: 5143S.02T Fiscal Note: 5143-02T.ORG
Committee: Ways and Means
Last Action: 7/13/2010 - Signed by Governor Journal Page: S1965
Title: SS SB 984 Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2010
House Handler: Zerr

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SS/SB 984 - Under current law, it is a Class B misdemeanor for any gaming licensee to exchange tokens, chips, or other forms of credit used on gambling games for anything of value other than as a wager on gambling games or an exchange of money. This act would allow gaming licensees to exchange tokens, chips, or other forms of credit used on gambling games for wagers on gambling games, an exchange of money, and for payment for food or beverages on excursion gambling boats. It will be a Class B misdemeanor for a gaming licensee that exchanges tokens, chips, or other forms of credit used on gambling games for anything of value other than as a wager on gambling games, an exchange of money, or for payment for food or beverages on excursion gambling boats will.

JASON ZAMKUS