SB 428: Prohibition of Simulated Gambling Devices
GENERAL BILL by Oelrich ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Gaetz ; Gardiner
Prohibition of Simulated Gambling Devices; Creating the “Simulated Gambling Prohibition and Community Protection Act”; prohibiting the use of simulated gambling devices to conduct or promote game promotions, drawings, and games of chance; providing penalties; providing for construction; revising conditions for exceptions to prohibitions on lotteries; prohibiting the use of simulated gambling devices or other devices operated by drawing entrants; providing penalties; limiting the rulemaking authority of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; prohibiting production, possession, or distribution of any gambling apparatus, etc.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 Senate - Died in Regulated Industries
Location: In committee/council (RI)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Regulated Industries (RI)
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Regulated Industries; Rules -SJ 38
• Introduced -SJ 38
• On Committee agenda-- Regulated Industries, 01/19/12, 8:15 am, 110 Senate Office Building --Temporarily Postponed
• Died in Regulated Industries
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