Charitable Gambling Control Board
Function: Issues, suspends, and revokes licenses of organizations, bingo halls, distributors, and manufacturers of gambling equipment. Registers gambling equipment, collects license fees and inspects records, conducts hearings to insure integrity of operations and compliance with all applicable laws and rules. Reports annually to the Governor and the Legislature and recommends changes in laws governing legal forms of gambling.
The Charitable Gambling Control Board was replaced by the Gambling Control Board effective July 1, 1989" [From: State Register 1989] Also, it was placed under Revenue Department for administrative support.
In 1984 there were 13 members (11 appointed by governor); 1992: 6 members; 4-year terms
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