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SB 151/LM (BR 1288) - D. Thayer, R. Palmer II, W. Blevins Jr., T. Buford, P. Clark, C. Gibson, D. Harper Angel, G. Neal, J. Pendleton, T. Shaughnessy, K. Stein

     AN ACT proposing a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky relating to casino gaming.
     Propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to authorize the establishment and operation of casino gaming at no more than five licensed horse racing tracks and no more than two other locations at least sixty miles from a licensed horse racing track and to specify the purposes for which the revenue derived therefrom may be expended; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection; include ballot language.

SB 151 - AMENDMENTS


     SCS/LM - Delete original provisions; propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to authorize the establishment and operation of casino gambling at no more than seven locations, to specify that casino gambling not located at a horse racing track licensed by the Commonwealth shall not be located within 60 miles of a horse racing track licensed by the Commonwealth, and to specify the purposes for which the revenue derived therefrom may be expended; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection; include ballot language.
     SCA (1/Title, D. Thayer) - Make title amendment.
     SFA (1, D. Thayer) - Delete original provisions; propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to permit the General Assembly to authorize the establishment and operation of casino gambling at no more than seven locations and to specify the purposes for which the revenue derived therefrom may be expended; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection; include ballot language.
     SFA (2, D. Thayer) - Delete original provisions; propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to permit the General Assembly to authorize the establishment and operation of casino gambling at no more than seven locations and to specify the purposes for which the revenue derived therefrom may be expended; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection; include ballot language.
     SFA (3, D. Thayer) - Delete original provisions; propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to permit the General Assembly to authorize the establishment and operation of casino gambling at no more than seven locations, to specify that casinos not located at licensed horse racing tracks shall be located not less than 60 miles from a licensed horse racing track premises, and to specify the purposes for which the revenue derived therefrom may be expended; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection; include ballot language.
     SFA (4, D. Thayer) - Delete original provisions; propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to permit the General Assembly to authorize the establishment and operation of casino gambling at no more than seven locations, to specify that casinos not located at licensed horse racing tracks shall be located not less than 60 miles from a licensed horse racing track premises, and to specify the purposes for which the revenue derived therefrom may be expended; submit to the voters for ratification or rejection; include ballot language.
     SFA (5, B. Smith) - Propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to prohibit any person, entity, stockholder, holding or intermediary company, trustee, director, partner, business or service entity, provider of gaming equipment, supplier, owner, corporation, firm, affiliate, lobbyist, provider of goods, food service, linen service, laundry service, construction firm, legal and consulting assistance, marketing and advertising service, provider of office goods, or any other supplier that has any financial or personal relationship with any aspect of the casino gambling industry, nor any permanent committee from directly or indirectly contributing anything of any value, including a gift, service, discount, credit, or complimentary service, to any statewide constitutional officer or candidate thereof or to any legislator or candidate thereof, or to their spouse, child, parent, sibling, grandparent, or in-law; to prohibit any of the listed candidates, elected officials, or their families from accepting anything of value, from any of the entities that supply goods or services, or are in any way connected to the casino gambling industry or from any permanent committee or any affiliate, or organization thereof; prohibit statewide constitutional officers and candidates thereof, members of the General Assembly and candidates thereof from accepting or undertaking employment or any kind of financial relationship, or business association with any entity related to the casino gambling industry for five years after they leave office or five years from the date that their candidacy concluded; require the General Assembly by general law to establish a strict code of ethics to ensure the measures established herein.
     SFA (6, B. Smith) - Propose to create a new section of the Constitution of Kentucky to prohibit any person, entity, stockholder, holding or intermediary company, trustee, director, partner, business or service entity, provider of gaming equipment, supplier, owner, corporation, firm, affiliate, lobbyist, provider of goods, food service, linen service, laundry service, construction firm, legal and consulting assistance, marketing and advertising service, provider of office goods, or any other supplier that has any financial or personal relationship with any aspect of the casino gambling industry, nor any permanent committee from directly or indirectly contributing anything of any value, including a gift, service, discount, credit, or complimentary service, to any statewide constitutional officer or candidate thereof or to any legislator or candidate thereof, or to their spouse, child, parent, sibling, grandparent, or in-law; to prohibit any of the listed candidates, elected officials, or their families from accepting anything of value, from any of the entities that supply goods or services, or are in any way connected to the casino gambling industry or from any permanent committee or any affiliate, or organization thereof; prohibit statewide constitutional officers and candidates thereof, members of the General Assembly and candidates thereof from accepting or undertaking employment or any kind of financial relationship, or business association with any entity related to the casino gambling industry for five years after they leave office or five years from the date that their candidacy concluded; require the General Assembly by general law to establish a strict code of ethics to ensure the measures established herein.
     SFA (7, D. Harper Angel) - Retain original provisions, except amend to provide that casino gambling in the Commonwealth of Kentucky is authorized at no more than seven locations.
     SFA (8, D. Harper Angel) - Retain original provisions, except delete language relating to a 60-mile location restriction on casino gambling not located at a horse racing track licensed by the Commonwealth.
     SFA (9, D. Harper Angel) - Retain original provisions, except amend language relating to a 60-mile location restriction on casino gambling not located at a horse racing track licensed by the Commonwealth to provide exception if owned by that horse racing track.
     SFA (10, D. Harper Angel) - Retain original provisions, except amend to provide that casino gambling in the Commonwealth of Kentucky is authorized at no more than seven locations; delete language relating to a 60-mile location restriction on casino gambling not located at a horse racing track licensed by the Commonwealth.

     Feb 14-introduced in Senate
     Feb 16-to State & Local Government (S)
     Feb 21-taken from State & Local Government (S); 1st reading; returned to State & Local Government (S)
     Feb 22-reported favorably, 2nd reading, to Rules with Committee Substitute, committee amendment (1-title) ; floor amendments (2) (4) (5) (7) (8) (9) and (10) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendments (1) (3) and (6) filed
     Feb 23-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, February 23, 2012; 3rd reading; floor amendments (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) and (10) withdrawn ; Committee Substitute adopted; defeated 16-21

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