18th Legislature(1993-1994)

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  • Bill SB 76
  • Current Status (H) FIN
  •  Then RLS
  • Status Date 04/24/1993
  • Bill Version CSSB 76(FIN)
  • Short Title CHARITABLE GAMING RESTRICTIONS
  • Sponsor(S) SENATORS PEARCE, Kelly, Frank, Sharp, Taylor, Phillips, Halford
    REPRESENTATIVE Moses

  • Title "An Act requiring regulations relating to pull-tabs to be consistent with North American Gaming Regulators Association standards on pull-tabs to the extent permitted by charitable gaming laws; allowing permittees to contract with vendors to sell pull-tabs on behalf of the permittee at an establishment holding a package store license and certain establishments holding a beverage dispensary license; allowing municipalities to prohibit vendors from conducting gaming activities within the municipality; restricting the purchase of pull-tabs by permittees, licensees, and vendors and their owners, managers, and employees; requiring receipts before prizes of $50 or more may be awarded in pull-tab games; prohibiting distributors from supplying pull-tabs to vendors; requiring the registration of vendors and regulating activities involving them; requiring the licensing of out-of-state pull-tab manufacturers; requiring the department regulating charitable gaming to approve contracts between permittees and operators before gaming may occur; preventing persons with felony convictions or convictions for crimes involving theft or dishonesty or a violation of gambling laws from being involved in charitable gaming activities as a permittee, licensee, vendor, person responsible for the operation of an activity, fund raiser or consultant of a licensee or vendor, or employee in a managerial or supervisory capacity, and providing exceptions for certain persons whose convictions are at least 10 years old and are not for violation of an unclassified felony described in AS 11, a class A felony, or extortion; relating to multiple-beneficiary charitable gaming permits and door prizes for charitable gaming; requiring operators to pay permittees each quarter at least 30 percent of the adjusted gross income from a pull-tab activity and limiting operators to expenses of not more than 70 percent of the adjusted gross income from that activity; requiring operators to pay permittees each quarter at least 10 percent of the adjusted gross income from a charitable gaming activity other than pull-tabs and limiting operators to expenses of not more than 90 percent of the adjusted gross income from that activity; requiring a permittee who uses a pull-tab vendor to enter into a contract with that vendor; requiring a vendor contracting with a permittee to pay the permittee at least 50 percent of the ideal net for each pull-tab series delivered to the vendor by the permittee; requiring that operators report an adjusted gross income of at least 15 percent of gross income each quarter; allowing the commissioner regulating charitable gaming to issue orders prohibiting violations of state gaming laws; relating to the authority of the commissioner regulating charitable gaming to suspend or revoke a permit, license, or registration; prohibiting the direct contribution of proceeds of a bingo or pull-tab game to a candidate for a public office of the state or a political subdivision of the state or to that candidate's campaign organization; prohibiting the payment of any portion of the net proceeds of a charitable gaming activity to a registered lobbyist; relating to `political uses' and `political organizations' as those terms are used in the charitable gaming statutes; and providing for an effective date."
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Full Text of SB 76 Intro/ Offered Passed
Version Amended Name PDF Date House Senate
SB0076A SB 76
SB0076B CSSB 76(L&C)
SB0076C CSSB 76(JUD)
SB0076D CSSB 76(FIN)

Fiscal Action Summary

SB 76 Published
Fiscal Note Preparer Date Chamber Fiscal Impact Cmte Report Approp Bill

Bill Amendments Summary

  • Bill : SB 76

Amendments that are adopted are incorporated into the next version of the bill.
PDF versions of the amendment may have slight variations from the Journal entry. The Journal should be considered the authoritative version.

Action Journal
Amendment Chamber Action Date Page PDF

House and Senate Minutes/Recordings

  • Bill : SB 76
Meeting Date Start Time Title Meeting Details
4/23/1993 1:00 PM HOUSE JUD Minutes
4/22/1993 1:00 PM HOUSE JUD Minutes
4/18/1993 5:00 PM SENATE RLS Minutes
4/17/1993 9:40 AM SENATE FIN Minutes
4/12/1993 9:20 AM SENATE FIN Minutes
4/10/1993 10:15 AM SENATE FIN Minutes
4/8/1993 8:20 AM SENATE FIN Minutes
4/7/1993 6:05 PM SENATE FIN Minutes
4/1/1993 4:20 PM SENATE JUD Minutes
3/22/1993 1:50 PM SENATE JUD Minutes
3/4/1993 1:47 PM SENATE L&C Minutes
2/25/1993 1:35 PM SENATE L&C Minutes
2/11/1993 1:30 PM SENATE L&C Minutes

Documents for Bill SB 76 18th Legislature

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Document Name Date/Time Subjects
Jrn Date Jrn Page Text
Text (S) LABOR & COMMERCE at 01:30 PM BELTZ ROOM 211
188 (S) READ THE FIRST TIME - REFERRAL(S)
188 (S) LABOR & COMMERCE, JUDICIARY
Text (S) at 01:30 PM
Min (S) Minutes (SL&C)
Text (S) LABOR & COMMERCE at 01:30 PM BELTZ ROOM 211
Text (S) at 01:35 PM
Min (S) Minutes (SL&C)
Text (S) LABOR & COMMERCE at 01:30 PM FAHRENKAMP ROOM 203
Text (S) <REMOVED FROM AGENDA>
Text (S) at 01:47 PM
Min (S) Minutes (SL&C)
Text (S) LABOR & COMMERCE at 01:30 PM FAHRENKAMP ROOM 203
612 (S) L&C RPT CS 1DP 2NR 1AM NEW TITLE
612 (S) ZERO FISCAL NOTE TO SB & CS (DCED)
Text (S) at 01:50 PM
Min (S) Minutes (SJUD)
Text (S) at 04:20 PM
Min (S) Minutes (SJUD)
Text (S) JUDICIARY at 03:30 PM CAPITOL ROOM 120
1073 (S) JUD RPT CS 2DP 2NR 1DNP NEW TITLE
1075 (S) FISCAL NOTE TO CS (DCED)
1075 (S) FINANCE REFERRAL ADDED
1080 (S) FIN WAIVED PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE,RULE 23
Text (S) at 06:05 PM
Min (S) Minutes (SFIN)
Text (S) FINANCE at 09:00 AM SENATE FINANCE 518
Text (S) <PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE WAIVED>
Text (S) FINANCE at 06:00 PM SENATE FINANCE 518
Text (S) at 08:20 AM
Min (S) Minutes (SFIN)
Text (S) FINANCE at 09:00 AM SENATE FINANCE 518
Text (S) <PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE WAIVED>
Text (S) at 10:15 AM
Min (S) Minutes (SFIN)
Text (S) at 09:20 AM
Min (S) Minutes (SFIN)
Text (S) FINANCE at 09:00 AM SENATE FINANCE 518
Text (S) FINANCE at 06:45 PM SENATE FINANCE 518
Text (S) at 09:40 AM
Min (S) Minutes (SFIN)
Text (S) FINANCE at 09:00 AM SENATE FINANCE 518
1465 (S) FIN RPT CS 6DP 1AM NEW TITLE
1466 (S) FISCAL NOTE TO CS (DCED/REV)
1466 (S) PREVIOUS ZERO FN APPLIES TO CS (DCED)
Text (S) at 05:00 PM
Min (S) Minutes (SRLS)
1483 (S) RULES 3CAL 1DNP 4/19/93
1485 (S) READ THE SECOND TIME
1486 (S) FIN CS ADOPTED Y14 N6
1487 (S) AM NO 1 FAILED Y10 N10
1496 (S) AM NO 2 FAILED Y9 N11
1497 (S) AM NO 3 FAILED Y10 N10
1499 (S) AM NO 4 FAILED Y9 N11
1504 (S) AM NO 5 FAILED Y9 N11
1505 (S) AM NO 6 FAILED Y9 N11
1507 (S) AM NO 7 FAILED Y9 N11
1510 (S) AM NO 8 FAILED Y9 N11
1513 (S) AM NO 9 WITHDRAWN
1516 (S) AM NO 10 FAILED Y9 N11
1518 (S) AM 1 TO AM 11 FAILED Y8 N12
1517 (S) AM NO 11 FAILED Y9 N11
1518 (S) AM NO 12 FAILED Y9 N11
1520 (S) AM NO 13 WITHDRAWN
1520 (S) AM NO 14 FAILED Y9 N11
1523 (S) AM NO 15 FAILED Y9 N11
1524 (S) AM NO 16 FAILED Y4 N16
1528 (S) AM NO 17 FAILED Y9 N11
1529 (S) AM NO 18 FAILED Y9 N11
1530 (S) AM NO 19 FAILED Y9 N11
1531 (S) AM NO 20 FAILED Y10 N10
1532 (S) AM NO 21 FAILED Y8 N12
1533 (S) AM NO 22 FAILED Y9 N11
1534 (S) AM NO 23 WITHDRAWN
1542 (S) ADVANCE TO 3RD RDG FLD Y11 N9
1542 (S) THIRD READING 4/20 CALENDAR
1592 (S) READ THE THIRD TIME CSSB 76(FIN)
1593 (S) RET 2ND RESCIND ACTION AM 20 FLD Y9 N11
1594 (S) RET 2ND RESCIND ACTION AM 10 FLD Y10 N10
1594 (S) MOVED TO BOTTOM OF CALENDAR
1597 (S) RET TO 2ND TO RESCIND RULED OUT OF ORDER
1598 (S) COSPONSOR(S): KELLY, FRANK, SHARP,
1598 (S) TAYLOR, PHILLIPS, HALFORD
1600 (S) PASSED Y13 N7
1600 (S) EFFECTIVE DATE PASSED Y16 N4
1600 (S) ADAMS NOTICE OF RECONSIDERATION
1614 (S) RECON TAKEN UP - IN THIRD READING
1615 (S) AM NO 24 (TITLE AM) FAILED Y9 N11
1618 (S) PASSED ON RECONSIDERATION Y15 N5
1618 (S) EFFECTIVE DATES SAME AS PASSAGE
1642 (S) TRANSMITTED TO (H)
1425 (H) READ THE FIRST TIME - REFERRAL(S)
1426 (H) JUDICIARY, FINANCE
1431 (H) MOTION TO WAIVE PUBLIC NOTICE RULE 23(D)
1431 (H) MOTION WITHDRAWN - WORKSESSION 4/22
Text (H) at 01:00 PM
Min (H) Minutes (HJUD)
Text (H) JUDICIARY at 01:00 PM CAPITOL 120
Text (H) at 01:00 PM
Min (H) Minutes (HJUD)
Text (H) JUDICIARY at 01:30 PM CAPITOL 120
1492 (H) JUD RPT 2DP 3NR 1AM
1493 (H) DP: PORTER, PHILLIPS
1493 (H) NR: GREEN, KOTT, JAMES
1493 (H) AM: NORDLUND
1493 (H) -2 SENATE FNS (DCED) 4/2, (REV) 4/18/93
1493 (H) REFERRED TO FINANCE
Text (H) FINANCE at 04:00 PM HOUSE FINANCE 519
Text (H) <PENDING REFERRAL>
Text (H) FINANCE at 08:30 AM HOUSE FINANCE 519
1633 (H) CROSS SPONSOR(S): MOSES
Text (H) FINANCE at 08:30 AM HOUSE FINANCE 519
Text (H) FINANCE at 01:00 PM HOUSE FINANCE 519
Text (H) FINANCE at 12:01 AM HOUSE FINANCE 519
Text (H) FINANCE at 06:00 PM HOUSE FINANCE 519
Text (H) FINANCE at 08:30 AM HOUSE FINANCE 519
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