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SB 6331: Gambling Addiction - Public Hearing


Wednesday, January 31, 2018 - 1:30pm


John A. Cherberg Bldg, Senate Hearing Room 4
304 15th Ave SW
98501 Olympia
United States

Event Details: 

Public Hearing in Senate Labor and Commerce Committee

SB 6331 - DIGEST

Requires the gambling commission to adopt rules establishing a self-exclusion program for problem and pathological gamblers which must include the following: (1) A process for a person who believes he or she is or may be a problem or pathological gambler to voluntarily exclude themselves from gambling at all gambling establishments licensed by the commission; and
(2) A process for casinos owned or operated by Indian tribes or tribal enterprises to voluntarily participate in the self-exclusion program, so that a person who is or may be a problem or pathological gambler may self-exclude themselves from gambling at all casinos and state-licensed gambling establishments in the state.
Exempts the following from public inspection and copying under the public records act: Information submitted by a person to the state, either directly or through a state-licensed gambling establishment or casino owned or operated by an Indian tribe or tribal enterprise, as part of the self-exclusion program.