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SB 66 - Kansas Expanded Lottery Act - Key Vote

Kansas Key Votes

Jeff Colyer voted Nay (Passage With Amendment) on this Legislation.

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Legislation - Signed (Executive) -

Title: Kansas Expanded Lottery Act

Legislation - Concurrence Vote Passed (Senate) (22-18) - (Key vote)

Title: Kansas Expanded Lottery Act

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that expands the number of state-operated gambling facilities.

Highlights:
- Defines “gaming zones” as consisting of Wyandotte, Ford, Sedgwick/Sumner, and Crawford/Cherokee counties [sec.1(f)], and authorizes the Kansas lottery to operate one lottery gaming facility in each gaming zone [sec.3(a)]. - Mandates that the state receive at least 22% of the gaming facility revenues, including 2% which will be paid to a fund to help end the problem of gambling addiction [sec.3(h)(12-13)]. - Prohibits the state from creating additional gaming facilities, other than those provided for in the bill, until 2032 [sec.3(h)(19)]. - Prohibits the use of eminent domain in acquiring property to be used for lottery gaming facilities [sec.3(i)]. - Requires that a new lottery gaming facility be approved by voters in that county in a special election [sec.6(a)]. - Requires that the Kansas lottery place electronic gaming machines in three current racetrack gaming facilities [sec.9(a)]. - Requires that at least 600 electronic gaming machines be allocated to each racetrack gaming facility, with the total number of machines at all facilities not exceeding 2,800 [sec.13(b)]. - Mandates that the state receive 40% of all electronic gaming machine revenue [sec.16(8)]. - Establishes the expanded lottery receipts fund within the state treasury [sec.35(a)].
Legislation - Bill Passed With Amendment (House) (64-58) - (Key vote)

Title: Kansas Expanded Lottery Act

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that expands the number of state-operated gambling facilities.

Highlights:
- Defines “gaming zones” as consisting of Wyandotte, Ford, Sedgwick/Sumner, and Crawford/Cherokee counties [sec.1(f)], and authorizes the Kansas lottery to operate one lottery gaming facility in each gaming zone [sec.3(a)]. - Mandates that the state receive at least 22% of the gaming facility revenues, including 2% which will be paid to a fund to help end the problem of gambling addiction [sec.3(h)(12-13)]. - Prohibits the state from creating additional gaming facilities, other than those provided for in the bill, until 2032 [sec.3(h)(19)]. - Prohibits the use of eminent domain in acquiring property to be used for lottery gaming facilities [sec.3(i)]. - Requires that a new lottery gaming facility be approved by voters in that county in a special election [sec.6(a)]. - Requires that the Kansas lottery place electronic gaming machines in three current racetrack gaming facilities [sec.9(a)]. - Requires that at least 600 electronic gaming machines be allocated to each racetrack gaming facility, with the total number of machines at all facilities not exceeding 2,800 [sec.13(b)]. - Mandates that the state receive 40% of all electronic gaming machine revenue [sec.16(8)]. - Establishes the expanded lottery receipts fund within the state treasury [sec.35(a)].
Legislation - Bill Passed (Senate) (36-4) -
Legislation - Introduced (Senate) -

Title: Kansas Expanded Lottery Act

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