Vulakovich to Host Seminar About PA's Small Games of Chance Law
The state senator said his office has received a number of inquiries from organizations with questions and concerns about the new requirements.
State Sen. Randy Vulakovich (R-Shaler) is holding an informational seminar about recent changes to the small games of chance law.
The seminar will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 14, at the A.W. Beattie Career Center at 9600 Babcock Boulevard in Allison Park.
Seating is limited, so the senator's office is asking groups to send only one or two people to the seminar and to RSVP to Sen. Vulakovich at 412-487-6600 by Monday, March 11.
A representative from the Pennsylvania State Police's Bureau of Liquor Enforcement will be in attendance to discuss the changes to the law and how it will be enforced.
Vulakovich said in a news release that his office has received a number of inquiries from organizations with questions and concerns about the new requirements.
- new definitions
- increased prize limits
- new games
- additional licensing rules and regulations for organizations
- reporting requirements and amended enforcement provisions.
For more information about small games of chance in Pennsylvania, click here to connect to the state Department of Revenue website.
Sen. Randy Vulakovich represents the 40th Senate District, which includes parts of Allegheny County that include the townships of Hampton, Marshall, McCandless, Pine, Richland, Ross, Shaler, West Deer and the Boroughs of Bradford Woods, Etna, Franklin Park and West View; and parts of Butler County.