HB 1302 - DIGEST

Requires the gambling commission, the horse racing commission, and the state lottery commission to jointly develop problem gambling and gambling disorder informational signs that include a toll-free hotline number for individuals with a gambling problem or gambling disorder.

Requires the gambling commission to establish a statewide self-exclusion program for all licensees that will allow a person to voluntarily exclude themself from gambling at certain gambling establishments.

Prohibits a person who is registered with the program from participating in gambling activities associated with the program and requires the person to forfeit money and things of value obtained by or owed to the person by the establishment as a result of prohibited wagers or gambling activities.

Requires the forfeited money and things of value to be distributed to the problem gambling account and/or certain charitable or nonprofit organizations.

Exempts the following from inspection and copying under the public records act: Information submitted by a person to the state, Indian tribes, or tribal enterprises that own gambling operations or facilities with class III gaming compacts.