Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Flash 2014: Minnesota H.F. 2725 - Parlor Edition of Paddle Wheels Going Down Without a Hearing

Minnesota H.F. 2725 - 
 Went Down Without a Hearing

NOTE ON MINNESOTA:  At the 2011 annual Allied Charities of Minnesota Expo and general membership gathering Gaming Studio acquired a double size booth to display the potential for electronic simulated wheels using an on-demand ticket printing system that would electronically record all wagers and payouts at any site at any time in the state.  The process would be more secure, less expensive, greater accountability and regulatory oversight along with opening the game to more rural or lower traffic sites.  The Minnesota legislature did authorize “simulated” paddle wheels in 2012; however, such electronic simulated wheels must still use the very expensive ticket and table process.  At the 2012 Allied Charities of Minnesota annual membership gathering, the membership voted to make the changes in ticketing process one of their legislative priorities.  

We were gratified that the general membership of Allied Charities of Minnesota (ACM) voted in November of 2012 to make it a legislative priority to change the ticketing definitions allowing for the "Parlor-style" Tri-Wheel.  

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