WV HB2931 | 2019 | Regular Session


Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)
Status: Introduced on February 8 2019 - 25% progression
Action: 2019-03-09 - On 3rd reading, House Calendar
Text: Latest bill text (Comm Sub) [HTML]


The purpose of this bill is to clarify that the State Lottery Commission does not have authority over nonlottery games, and that criminal penalties associated with unauthorized gaming tables or devices apply only to gaming tables or devices which involve consideration, prize and chance.

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Clarifying that the State Lottery Commission has no authority over nonlottery games



2019-03-09HouseOn 3rd reading, House Calendar
2019-02-28HouseFrom Special Calendar, 3rd reading, placed on House Calendar
2019-02-27HouseOn 3rd reading, Special Calendar
2019-02-26HousePostponed on 3rd reading, Special Calendar, until 2/27/19
2019-02-26HouseOn 3rd reading, Special Calendar
2019-02-25HouseRead 2nd time
2019-02-25HouseOn 2nd reading, Special Calendar
2019-02-22HouseRead 1st time
2019-02-22HouseImmediate consideration
2019-02-22HouseBy substitute, do pass
2019-02-08HouseTo House Judiciary
2019-02-08HouseIntroduced in House
2019-02-08HouseTo Judiciary
2019-02-08HouseFiled for introduction


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ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
29229Amended CodeCitation Text
61101Amended CodeCitation Text

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