Senate Bill 92 (2010)
Senate Bill 92 (or BR 1029 2010) was introduced on January 19, 2010 by Senators Ed Worley, David E. Boswell, Kathy W. Stein, Walter Blevins, Julian M. Carroll, Perry B. Clark, Denise Harper Angel, Gerald A. Neal, Tim Shaughnessy, Johnny Ray Turner to the 2010 General Assembly.
It is an act relating to the Kentucky Lottery.
Senate Bill 92 proposes to create a new section of KRS Chapter 154A to set forth legislative findings;
Amend KRS 154A.050 to designate the lottery board as the board of appeals in licensing; amend KRS 154A.063 to exempt video lottery terminals and games approved by the corporation; amend KRS 154A.070 to establish the lottery president's responsibilities relating to licenses to operate and supply video lottery terminals and game; amend KRS 154A.080 to limit lottery employees' relationship with licensees; create new sections of KRS Chapter 154A to restrict access to video lottery games to individuals over 21 years of age; specify powers of the corporation relating to conduct and operation of video lottery games; licensees; limit video lottery terminal operators to tracks; amend KRS 230.210 to limit the number of tracks to nine; amend KRS 230.280 to specify track requirements; amend KRS 243.500 and 243.505 to conform; amend KRS 525.090 to exempt video lottery games from loitering provision; amend KRS 528.010 to exempt video lottery games from the definition of "gambling"; amend KRS 154A.990 to provide penalties; create a new section of KRS Chapter 154A to provide an exemption from federal statutes prohibiting shipment of gambling devices.