Charitable gambling in Minnesota
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Charitable gambling in Minnesota an information brief on legislative history and rules and regulations for gambling by Williams, John

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Published by Research Dept., Minnesota House of Representatives in [St. Paul] .
Written in English



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Edition Notes

StatementJohn Williams.
SeriesHouse research information brief
LC ClassificationsKFM5785 .A25 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p. ;
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1670311M
LC Control Number91623494

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Resources. Here, we’ve tried to compile and organize some of the existing information and forms concerning charitable gambling into one easy-to-navigate place. In some cases, we’ve even added some new, custom forms and templates that you might find helpful. Use the white links above or the links below to access the individual topics. © Minnesota's Bookstore. All Rights Reserved. Governs the licensing of organizations and the operation of charitable gambling events. Minnesota Statutes Chapter Looseleaf. Also available: Gambling Rules(Stock No. ), and Gambling Manager's Handbook(Stock No. ). Note: All gambling publications produced and sold by Minnesota's Bookstore will fit in one binder (Stock No. ). According to the Minnesota Gambling Control Board, one factor in declining receipts of charitable gambling is illegal sports boards. What is a tipboard? Tipboard means a board, placard or other device containing a seal that conceals the winning number or symbol, and that serves as the fame flare for a tipboard game (Minn. Statute ).

Laws that Govern Charitable Organizations III. Laws that Govern Professional Fundraisers IV. Laws that Govern Charitable Trusts V. Minnesota-Organized Nonprofits and Charitable Gambling VI. When Nonprofits Must Provide Notice to the Attorney General VII. Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act Appendix. Charitable Gambling in Minnesota Charitable gambling has been legal in Minnesota since This information brief describes the legislative history, rules and regulations, and the outlook for charitable gambling. This information brief is only a summary of the law and rules governing charitable gambling. This information brief has four parts.   Minnesota gambling laws have a strict definition of gambling, but the state regulates several popular forms of gambling. Most of the gambling laws are the conventional, common-sense statutes one would expect from a moderate Midwestern state. Tribal casinos and bingo halls dominate Minnesota’s gambling industry, though other forms of gaming. Charity gambling is a "form of incentivized giving" where a charity (or a group of charities), rather than a municipality or private casino, oversees gambling activities such as bingo, roulette, lottery, and slot machines and uses the proceeds to further its charitable aims.