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Rules For Charitable Bingo Discussed

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Potential changes in the rules governing charitable bingo and raffle games will discussed Monday in Post Falls.

The Idaho Lottery and Bingo Operators of North Idaho will host informal forums at both 2 and 7 p.m. at the Greyhound Park, 5100 Riverbend Ave.

During their last session, state lawmakers tabled a proposal to change licensing fees and the rules governing charitable games at fairs.

Most of the concern focused on whether charitable bingo and raffle should be equated legally with other kinds of gambling, said Pat Stewart of the Idaho State Lottery office,

The discussions are open to the public. , DataTimes

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