Bill Summary for H 326 (2021-2022)
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AN ACT TO END NUISANCES OF UNLAWFUL GAMING HOUSES BY REQUIRING PAYMENT OF STORAGE AND DISPOSAL FEES FOR SEIZED GAMING MACHINES, AUTHORIZING SEIZURE OF VEHICLES USED TO TRANSPORT ILLEGAL GAMING MACHINES, MODIFYING THE DEFINITIONS OF VIDEO GAMING MACHINE AND ELECTRONIC SWEEPSTAKES MACHINES, AND MODIFYING THE PENALTY FOR ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF CERTAIN GAMING MACHINES.Intro. by Hurley, McNeill, Brisson, Carter.
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House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.
Revises the proposed changes to GS 14-309, providing that violations of GS 14-306.1A (regarding video gaming machines) involving the operation or the possession for the purpose of operation of five or more prohibited machines, by maintaining that violations are a Class G felony (was, a Class H felony for a first or second offense and a Class G felony for a third or subsequent offense), and providing that violations of GS 14-306.3(b), regarding server-based electronic game promotion, or GS 14-306.4(b), regarding electronic machines to promote or conduct sweepstakes, as amended, involving the possession of five or more prohibited machines, is a Class G felony (was, a Class H felony for the first or second offense and a Class G felony for a third or subsequent offense).