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Once the proposed language has been developed, the proposed Rules are published on the Division web page and a rulemaking workshop is scheduled. Gaming stakeholders are invited to attend the workshop and are encouraged to provide comment and concerns regarding the proposed Rule language. Occasionally comments are solicited via email to stakeholders in lieu of an in person workshop.
The Division then files a Notice of Formal Rulemaking with the Secretary of State’s Office and the Dept. of Regulatory Affairs. No sooner than 30 days after the Notice is filed, the proposed Rules are heard at a public hearing during a meeting of the Gaming Commission. Stakeholders are welcome to attend rulemaking hearings at the monthly Commission meetings, where they may give testimony regarding proposed Rule changes. If the Commission votes to adopt the proposed changes they would become effective approximately 45 to 60 days after adoption. Adopted Rules are posted on the Division web page.
This is to notify you that the Division of Gaming held a Stakeholder Rulemaking Workshop on Thursday, June 28, 2018 to present the proposed rule changes that are linked below.
Changes are being proposed to Rule 10 Rules for Poker in order to promulgate rules for a new game, 3 Card Super Shot Poker.
Comments and questions are welcome regarding all of the proposed rule changes. If a stakeholder wishes to comment on these proposed rule changes in writing, please either mail your comments to the Division at the Golden Gaming office, or send them via e-mail to email@example.com. All written comments must be received by the Division of Gaming no later than July 31, 2018.
Proposed changes to Rule 10 - updated 7/9/18
On June 21, 2018 the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission voted unanimously to approve the proposed changes to Rules 10, 21, and 22. These Rule changes will be effective as of August 14, 2018.
Proposed changes to Rules 10, 21, and 22
On April 19, 2018 the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission voted unanimously to approve the proposed changes to Rule 14. These changes will be effective July 1, 2018.
House Bill 15-1255 required that the Department of Revenue (DOR) adopt rules pursuant to the “State Administrative Procedure Act”, article 4 of title 24, C.R.S. The purpose of these rules and regulations is to govern the enforcement of the prohibited use of electronic benefits transfer service cards at automated teller machines located in licensed gaming establishments, in-state simulcast facilities, race tracks, establishments licensed to sell malt, vinous, or spirituous liquors, medical marijuana businesses, and retail marijuana establishments. Rule 1 CCR 210-4 Enforcement of the Prohibited Use of Electronic Benefits Transfer Cards at Certain Locations (EBT) went into effect as of January 1, 2016. In November of 2016 the Office Of Legislative Legal Services (OLLS) expressed concern that the EBT Rule did not specify that there would be “increasing penalties for multiple violations” as was required by House Bill 15-1255. The OLLS directed the DOR to revise the rule to include this requirement.
The DOR drafted proposed changes to the EBT Rule, which were e-mailed to stakeholders on March 30, 2017.
HB17-1365, signed by the Governor on June 6, 2017, creates an exemption for liquor-licensed drug stores from the prohibition against having electronic benefits transfer (EBT) services available through an ATM located on a licensed premises. The EBT Rule has been updated to include this exemption.
The Executive Director of the Dept. of Revenue, Barbara Brohl, officially adopted the rule changes as of July 19, 2017. These changes will be effective as of September 14, 2017.
1 CCR 210-4
All current Rules and Regulations
To suggest changes to Gaming Rules and Regulations please submit a Suggested Rule Revision form (found here) to Rules Manager Ronni Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org.