Newly introduced Hawaii bill might establish a state regulator

Maria Debrincat 1 year ago
Newly introduced Hawaii bill might establish a state regulator

A bill introduced by Democrats in the Hawaiian legislature would create a state agency in charge of overseeing and providing gaming operations.

Hawaii is one of just two US states that currently has no legalised gambling of any kind. A new proposed law is looking into creating a Hawaiian Lottery and Gaming Corporation. This Corporation would be in charge of managing and regulating gaming enterprises, including poker and casino games, lotteries, and bingo halls. The law, however, makes it clear that this does not apply to sports betting.

If the legislation is approved, the governor, the Senate president, and the state House speaker will choose the seven members of the board. The Chief Executive will then be chosen by these directors, who will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the firm. The board shall have 180 days from the date of appointment to establish the regulations and policies governing the organization’s gaming activities.

The regulating body’s goal, as stated in the bill text, would be to bring tourists to the state. As a result, it would be responsible for providing free-to-play and sweepstakes games to users outside of the state and would be allowed to do so by selling multi-state games.

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