House Advances Lottery Legislation


Today, the House passed two bills relating to lottery in West Virginia.

Senate Bill 358 allows for ATMs to be in areas of the racetrack where video lottery games are played. This completed piece of legislation advances to the Governor.

House Bill 2507 removes limitations on advertising and promotional activities by limited video lottery retailers. The bill advances to the Senate.

House Bill 2257 and House Bill 2621 also advance to the Senate.

The House suspended the rules and read Senate Bill 345 for the first, second, and third time.

Senate Bill 345 expands the alcohol test and lock program to include offenders with drug-related offenses. The completed piece of legislation advances to the Governor.

The Committee on Government Organization will host a virtual public hearing at 3 pm in Room 215E on HCR 9– Urging Congress to Call a Convention of States to Limited Terms of Office of the US House of Representatives.

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