HB 7055: Requirements for Pari-mutuel Permitholders to Conduct Racing or Games
GENERAL BILL by Commerce Committee ; Latvala
Requirements for Pari-mutuel Permitholders to Conduct Racing or Games; Revises pari-mutuel wagering license application requirements; prohibits greyhound permitholders from conducting live racing; revises provisions relating to permitholders' conduct of live racing or games, intertrack wagering, & simulcasting; revises provisions relating to slot machine & cardroom licenses; prohibits conversion of certain permits; removes certain provisions relating to racing greyhounds; prohibits person convicted of bookmaking from attending pari-mutuel facility; requires permittee to display certain warnings relating to bookmaking; revises provisions relating to leasing pari-mutuel facilities; authorizes greyhound permitholders to receive certain broadcasts & accept specified wagers.
Last Action: 4/30/2021 House - Died, reference deferred
Bill Text: PDF
HB 7055, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 4/15/2021 at 9:25 PM
Bill Text: Analyses: None
Related Bills (3)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills H 7053 Gaming Enforcement Commerce Committee Linked Last Action: 4/30/2021 H Died, reference deferred S 7080 (c1) Requirements for Pari-mutuel Permitholders to Conduct Racing or Games Regulated Industries Similar Last Action: 4/30/2021 S Died on Calendar S 7076 (c1) Gaming Enforcement Regulated Industries Compare Last Action: 4/30/2021 S Died on Calendar
Citations - Statutes (30)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 380.0651 Statewide guidelines, standards, and exemptions. Page 43 (pdf) 402.82 Electronic benefits transfer program. Page 44 (pdf) 480.0475 Massage establishments; prohibited practices. Page 45 (pdf) 550.002 Definitions. Page 4 (pdf) 550.0115 Permitholder license. Page 8 (pdf) 550.01215 License application; periods of operation; bond, conversion of permit. Page 8 (pdf) 550.0235 Limitation of civil liability. Page 13 (pdf) 550.0351 Charity racing days. Page 14 (pdf) 550.0425 Minors attendance at pari-mutuel performances; restrictions. Page 14 (pdf) 550.054 Application for permit to conduct pari-mutuel wagering. Page 15 (pdf) 550.09511 Jai alai taxes; abandoned interest in a permit for nonpayment of taxes. Page 17 (pdf) 550.09512 Harness horse taxes; abandoned interest in a permit for nonpayment of taxes. Page 18 (pdf) 550.105 Occupational licenses of racetrack employees; fees; denial, suspension, and revocation of license; penalties and fines. Page 18 (pdf) 550.1155 Authority of stewards, judges, panel of judges, or player’s manager to impose penalties against occupational licensees; disposition of funds collected. Page 21 (pdf) 550.1647 Greyhound permitholders; unclaimed tickets; breaks. Page 22 (pdf) 550.1648 Greyhound adoptions. Page 23 (pdf) 550.175 Petition for election to revoke permit. Page 23 (pdf) 550.1815 Certain persons prohibited from holding racing or jai alai permits; suspension and revocation. Page 24 (pdf) 550.24055 Use of controlled substances or alcohol prohibited; testing of certain occupational licensees; penalty; evidence of test or action taken and admissibility for criminal prosecution limited. Page 25 (pdf) 550.2415 Racing of animals under certain conditions prohibited; penalties; exceptions. Page 27 (pdf) 550.334 Quarter horse racing; substitutions. Page 31 (pdf) 550.3551 Transmission of racing and jai alai information; commingling of pari-mutuel pools. Page 31 (pdf) 550.3615 Bookmaking on the grounds of a permitholder; penalties; reinstatement; duties of track employees; penalty; exceptions. Page 34 (pdf) 550.475 Lease of pari-mutuel facilities by pari-mutuel permitholders. Page 36 (pdf) 550.615 Intertrack wagering. Page 37 (pdf) 550.6305 Intertrack wagering; guest track payments; accounting rules. Page 38 (pdf) 551.104 License to conduct slot machine gaming. Page 38 (pdf) 551.114 Slot machine gaming areas. Page 39 (pdf) 565.02 License fees; vendors; clubs; caterers; and others. Page 39 (pdf) 849.086 Cardrooms authorized. Page 40 (pdf)
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