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Supplemental power of the commission. The casino sites and the licensed owners shall be selected on 45 merit; 46 8. The New York state gaming commission. Severability and preemption. Occupational licensing 8 4. The need for strict state controls extends to regulation of all 2 persons, locations, practices and associations related to the operation 3 of licensed enterprises and all related service industries as provided 4 in this article; 5 The state and the casinos will develop programs and resources to 6 combat compulsive and problem gambling; 7 The state will ensure that host municipalities of casinos are 8 provided with funding to limit any potential adverse impacts of casinos; 9 Political contributions from the casino industry will be minimized 10 to reduce the potential of political corruption from casinos; and 11 As thoroughly and pervasively regulated by the state, four upstate 12 casinos will work to the betterment of all New York. New York state is already in the business of gambling with nine 29 video lottery facilities, five tribal class III casinos, and three 30 tribal class II facilities; 31 2. An arrangement intended to induce a person to come to a 33 gaming facility to gamble, where the person is selected or approved for 34 participation on the basis of the person's ability to satisfy a finan- 35 cial qualification obligation related to the person's ability or will- 36 ingness to gamble or on any other basis related to the person's propen- 37 sity to gamble and pursuant to which and as consideration for which, any 38 of the cost of transportation, food, lodging, and entertainment for the 39 person is directly or indirectly paid by a gaming facility licensee or 40 an affiliate of the gaming facility licensee. Tribes whose gaming compacts are in good standing with the state 49 will have their geographic exclusivity protected by this article; 50 Revenue realized from casinos shall be utilized to increase 51 support for education beyond that of the state's education formulae and 52 to provide real property tax relief to localities; 53 Casinos will be tightly and strictly regulated by the commission 54 to guarantee public confidence and trust in the credibility and integri- 55 ty of all casino gambling in the state and to prevent organized crime 56 from any involvement in the casino industry; S. Problem gambling 12 8. One or more locations or rooms in a gaming facility that 38 have been approved by the commission for the conduct of gaming in 39 accordance with the provisions of this article. Spouse, domestic partner, partner in a civil union, 29 parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, siblings, uncles, aunts, 30 nephews, nieces, fathers-in-law, mothers-in-law, daughters-in-law, sons- 31 in-law, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, whether by the whole or half 32 blood, by marriage, adoption or natural relationship. A corporation, sole proprietorship, partnership, limit- 35 ed liability company or any other organization formed for the purpose of 36 carrying on a commercial enterprise. Enterprise and vendor licensing and registration 9 5. The dealing, operating, carrying on, 38 conducting, maintaining or exposing for pay of any game. A service or item provided at no 8 cost or at a reduced cost to a patron of a gaming facility. Unless the commission otherwise determines 16 it to be in the best interests of the state, the commission shall 17 utilize the services of an independent testing laboratory that has been 18 qualified and approved by the commission pursuant to this article to 19 perform the testing of slot machines and other gaming equipment and may 20 also utilize applicable data from the independent testing laboratory, or 21 from a governmental agency of a state other than New York, authorized to 22 regulate slot machines and other gaming equipment. A person who negotiates the terms of, or 47 engages in the referral, procurement or selection of persons who may 48 participate in, a junket to a gaming facility, regardless of whether or 49 not those activities occur within the state. A person that directly or indirectly, through one or 17 more intermediaries, controls or is controlled by, or is under common 18 control with, a specified person. In exercising its 16 authority, the board shall have all powers necessary or convenient to 17 fully carry out and effectuate its purposes including, but not limited 18 to, the following powers. Any game determined by the commission to be 25 compatible with the public interest and to be suitable for casino use 26 after such appropriate test or experimental period as the commission may 27 deem appropriate. A game, other than a slot machine, which is author- 44 ized by the commission to be played in a gaming facility. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any form of 51 enterprise engaged in the manufacture, sale, distribution, testing or 52 repair of slot machines within the state, other than antique slot 53 machines, shall be considered a casino vendor enterprise for the 54 purposes of this article regardless of the nature of its business 55 relationship, if any, with gaming facility applicants and licensees in 56 this state. Provided however, the attorney 15 general may withhold any information that a would identify a confiden- 16 tial source or disclose confidential information relating to a criminal 17 investigation, b would interfere with law enforcement investigations 18 or judicial proceedings, c reveal criminal investigative techniques or 19 procedures, that, if disclosed, could endanger the life or safety of any 20 person, or d constitutes records received from other state, local or 21 federal agencies that the attorney general is prohibited by law, regu- 22 lation or agreement from disclosing.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} A mechanical, electrical or other device, contri- 21 vance or machine which, upon insertion of a coin, token or similar 22 object therein, or upon payment of any consideration whatsoever, is 23 available to play or operate, the play or operation of which, whether by 24 reason of the skill of the operator or application of the element of 25 chance, or both, may deliver or entitle the individual playing or oper- 26 ating the machine to receive cash, or tokens to be exchanged for cash, 27 or to receive merchandise or any other thing of value, whether the 28 payoff is made automatically from the machine or in any other manner, 29 except that the cash equivalent value of any merchandise or other thing 30 of value shall not be included in determining the payout percentage of a 31 slot machine. The executive director of the New York state 27 gaming commission. The total of all sums actually received by 5 a gaming facility licensee from gaming operations less the total of all 6 sums paid out as winnings to patrons; provided, however, that the total 7 of all sums paid out as winnings to patrons shall not include the cash 8 equivalent value of any merchandise or thing of value included in a 9 jackpot or payout; provided further, that the issuance to or wagering by 10 patrons of a gaming facility of any promotional gaming credit shall not 11 be taxable for the purposes of determining gross revenue. Any license issued pursuant to this 2 article which authorizes the holder thereof to own or operate a gaming 3 facility. Powers of the board. The process of licensure set forth 15 by the commission to determine that all persons who have a professional 16 interest in a gaming facility license, or casino vendor enterprise 17 license, or the business of a gaming facility licensee or gaming vendor, 18 meet the same standards of suitability to operate or conduct business 19 with a gaming facility. New York state has more electronic gaming machines than any state 32 in the Northeast or Mideast; 33 3. Bill No. Any natural person, not otherwise included in 43 the definition of casino key employee, who is employed by a gaming 44 facility licensee, or a holding or intermediary company of a gaming 45 facility licensee, and is involved in the operation of a licensed gaming 46 facility or performs services or duties in a gaming facility or a 47 restricted casino area; or any other natural person whose employment 48 duties predominantly involve the maintenance or operation of gaming 49 activity or equipment and assets associated therewith or who, in the 50 judgment of the commission, is so regularly required to work in a 51 restricted casino area that registration as a gaming employee is appro- 52 priate. Any legal liability, whether matured or unmatured, liqui- 19 dated or unliquidated, absolute, fixed or contingent, including debt 20 convertible into an equity security which has not yet been so converted, 21 and any other debt carrying any warrant or right to subscribe to or 22 purchase an equity security which warrant or right has not yet been 23 exercised. This act shall be known and may be cited as the "upstate 2 New York gaming economic development act of LBD S. The New York state resort gaming facility 13 location board shall select, following a competitive process and subject 14 to the restrictions of this article, no more than four entities to apply 15 to the commission for gaming facility licenses. At the request of the board, the division of criminal 7 justice services shall submit a fingerprint card, along with the 8 subject's processing fee, to the federal bureau of investigation for the 9 purpose of conducting a criminal history search and returning a report 10 thereon. Facility determination and licensing 7 3. The activity authorized by section one thousand 33 three hundred sixty-seven of this article, provided that there has been 34 a change in federal law authorizing such activity or upon ruling of a 35 court of competent jurisdiction that such activity is lawful. A mortgage, security interest, lien or charge of 25 any nature in or upon property. The New York state gaming facility location board estab- 32 lished by the commission pursuant to section one hundred nine-a of this 33 chapter. A corporation, association, firm, partnership, 13 trust or other form of business organization, other than a natural 14 person, which, directly or indirectly, owns, has the power or right to 15 control, or has the power to vote any significant part of the outstand- 16 ing voting securities of a corporation or any other form of business 17 organization which holds or applies for a gaming license; provided, 18 however, that a "holding company", in addition to any other reasonable 19 use of the term, shall indirectly have, hold or own any such power, 20 right or security if it does so through an interest in a subsidiary or 21 any successive subsidiaries, notwithstanding how many such subsidiaries 22 may intervene between the holding company and the gaming facility licen- 23 see or applicant. The sale or other method, either directly or indirect- 46 ly, of disposing of or parting with property or an interest therein, or 47 the possession thereof, or of fixing a lien upon property or upon an 48 interest therein, absolutely or conditionally, voluntarily or involun- 49 tarily, by or without judicial proceedings, as a conveyance, sale, 50 payment, pledge, mortgage, lien, encumbrance, gift, security or other- 51 wise; provided, however, that the retention of a security interest in 52 property delivered to a corporation shall be deemed a transfer suffered 53 by such corporation. The board shall: 19 1. To 3 conduct the audit, authorized officers and employees of the commission 4 shall have access to such accounts at reasonable times and the commis- 5 sion may require the production of books, documents, vouchers and other 6 records relating to any matter within the scope of the audit. A person who holds a relevant financial inter- 2 est in, or is entitled to exercise power in, the business of an appli- 3 cant or licensee and, by virtue of that interest or power, is able to 4 exercise a significant influence over the management or operation of a 5 gaming facility or business licensed under this article. An authorized game may include gaming tournaments in 28 which players compete against one another in one or more of the games 29 authorized herein or by the commission or in approved variations or 30 composites thereof if the tournaments are authorized. The commission shall 33 also report immediately to the aforementioned on any matter which 34 requires immediate changes in the laws in order to prevent abuses or 35 evasions of the laws, rules or regulations related to gaming or to 36 rectify undesirable conditions in connection with the administration or 37 operation of gaming in the state. Four upstate casinos can boost economic development, create thou- 39 sands of well-paying jobs and provide added revenue to the state; 40 6. Any person who is registered pursuant to the 8 provisions of this article. Auditing duties of the commission. A written request for permission to engage in any 23 act or activity which is regulated under the provisions of this article. Legislative findings and purpose. The state should authorize four destination resort casinos in 37 upstate New York; 38 5. Any vendor offering goods or services 48 which directly relate to casino or gaming activity, or any vendor 49 providing to gaming facility licensees or applicants goods and services 50 ancillary to gaming activity. Any corporation, association, operation, firm, partner- 2 ship, trust or other form of business association, as well as a natural 3 person. Bill Search Home. Any requirement other than one which requires a 5 license as a prerequisite to conduct a particular business as specified 6 by this article. The response shall be 13 forwarded to the commission within fifteen days of notification by the 14 commission. The board shall also be entitled to request and receive, pursu- 11 ant to a written memorandum of understanding filed with the department 12 of state, any information in the possession of the state attorney gener- 13 al relating to the investigation of organized crime, gaming offenses, 14 other revenue crimes or tax evasion. A card, code or other device with which a person 12 may defer payment of debt, incur debt and defer its payment, or purchase 13 property or services and defer payment therefor, but not a card, code or 14 other device used to activate a preexisting agreement between a person 15 and a financial institution to extend credit when the person's account 16 at the financial institution is overdrawn or to maintain a specified 17 minimum balance in the person's account at the financial institution. Taxation and fees 11 7. The upstate tourism industry constitutes a critical component of 41 our state's economic infrastructure and that four upstate casinos will 42 attract non-New York residents and bring downstate New Yorkers to 43 upstate; 44 7. A city, town or village in which a gaming 25 facility is located or in which an applicant has proposed locating a 26 gaming facility. The commission shall 39 have all powers necessary or convenient to carry out and effectuate its 40 purposes including, but not limited to, the power to: 41 1. Required regulations. Any natural person employed by a gaming 41 facility licensee, or holding or intermediary company of a gaming facil- 42 ity licensee, and involved in the operation of a licensed gaming facili- 43 ty in a supervisory capacity and empowered to make discretionary deci- 44 sions which regulate gaming facility operations; or any other employee 45 so designated by the commission for reasons consistent with the policies 46 of this article. Local impact of the casino sites will be considered in the casino 47 evaluation process; 48 9. A person appointed by the commission to temporarily 10 manage the operation of a gaming facility. In any audit report of the accounts, funds, programs, activities 10 and functions of a gaming facility licensee issued by the commission 11 containing adverse or critical audit results, the commission may require 12 a response, in writing, to the audit results. A person, other than a gaming facility licen- 42 see or an applicant for a gaming facility license, who employs or other- 43 wise engages the services of a junket representative in connection with 44 a junket to a licensed gaming facility, regardless of whether or not 45 those activities occur within the state. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Javascript must be enabled to properly view this page. Any banking or percentage game located within the gaming 34 facility played with cards, dice, tiles, dominoes, or any electronic, 35 electrical, or mechanical device or machine for money, property, or any 36 representative of value which has been approved by the commission. The legislature hereby 27 finds and declares that: 28 1. Any electronic, electrical, 40 or mechanical contrivance or machine used in connection with gaming or 41 any game. Commission reporting. Reports and recommendations. Requirements for conduct and operation of gaming 10 6. Any person who on his or her own behalf or on behalf 20 of another has applied for permission to engage in any act or activity 21 which is regulated under the provisions of this article. A corporation, association, firm, partner- 28 ship, trust or other form of business organization, other than a natural 29 person, which is a holding company with respect to a corporation or 30 other form of business organization which holds or applies for a gaming 31 license, and is a subsidiary with respect to a holding company. All audits 7 shall be conducted in accordance with generally accepted auditing stand- 8 ards established by the American Institute of Certified Public Account- 9 ants. A certificate issued by the commission 51 which certifies that operation of a gaming facility conforms to the 52 requirements of this article and applicable regulations and that its 53 personnel and procedures are sufficient and prepared to entertain the 54 public. Miscellaneous provisions 13 9. General provisions 6 2. The commission shall report monthly to 24 the governor, the senate and the assembly, the senate finance committee 25 and the assembly ways and means committee, and the chairs of the senate 26 racing, gaming and wagering committee and the assembly racing and wager- 27 ing committee on economic development and emerging technologies on the 28 total gaming revenues, prize disbursements and other expenses for the 29 preceding month and shall make an annual report to the same recipients 30 which shall include a full and complete statement of gaming revenues, 31 prize disbursements and other expenses, including such recommendations 32 as the commission considers necessary or advisable. The commission shall audit 55 as often as the commission determines necessary, but not less than annu- 56 ally, the accounts, programs, activities, and functions of all gaming S. As used in this article the following terms 14 shall, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, have the following 15 meanings: 16 1. The premises approved under a gaming license 54 which includes a gaming area and any other nongaming structure related 55 to the gaming area and may include, but shall not be limited to, hotels, 56 restaurants or other amenities. While gambling already exists throughout the state, the state does 34 not fully capitalize on the economic development potential of legalized 35 gambling; 36 4. The cashier's cage, the soft count 10 room, the hard count room, the slot cage booths and runway areas, the 11 interior of table game pits, the surveillance room and catwalk areas, 12 the slot machine repair room and any other area specifically designated 13 by the commission as restricted in a licensee's operation certificate. A corporation, a significant part of whose outstand- 37 ing equity securities are owned, subject to a power or right of control, 38 or held with power to vote, by a holding company or an intermediary 39 company, or a significant interest in a firm, association, partnership, 40 trust or other form of business organization, other than a natural 41 person, which is owned, subject to a power or right of control, or held 42 with power to vote, by a holding company or an intermediary company. Equipment testing.