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36.01.03.00.htm 36.01.03.00. Title 36 MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY AND GAMING CONTROL AGENCY Subtitle 01 GENERAL PROVISIONS Chapter 03 Voluntary Exclusion and Responsible Gaming Authority: Criminal Law Article, §12-301.1 and 12-308; State Government Article, §9-110 and 9-1A-24(e) Annotated Code of Maryland
36.01.03.01.htm 36.01.03.01. 01 General.. A. This chapter establishes a mechanism by which an individual may request to be placed on a list of individuals with gambling problems who have been voluntarily excluded from:1) Video lottery facilities in the State;. 2) Lottery play in the State;. 3) Instant bingo facilities under COMAR 36.07 with more than 10 instant bingo machines; or. 4) Any combination of the three.. B. The Commission shall:. 1) Maintain a list of individuals who have request
36.01.03.02.htm 36.01.03.02. 02 Application for Voluntary Exclusion.. A. An application for voluntary exclusion shall be available at:. 1) Each licensed video lottery facility upon request of Commission staff;. 2) Each licensed instant bingo facility with more than 10 instant bingo machines; and. 3) The Agency’s offices.. B. An individual may request to be excluded from a video lottery facility or lottery play in the State, or an instant bingo facility with more than 10 instant bingo machines b
36.01.03.03.htm 36.01.03.03. 03 Voluntary Surrender.. A. In this regulation, the following term has the meaning indicated.. B. Term Defined. “Unredeemed item”. 1) Means a token, voucher, check, ticket, chip, coupon, or similar item that has monetary value, and that a player has:a) Won by playing a video lottery terminal or table game;. b) Inserted into a video lottery terminal;. c) Played at a table game;. d) Received by converting cash, check or wire transfer at a video lottery facility;.
36.01.03.04.htm 36.01.03.04. 04 Voluntary Exclusion List.. The Commission shall:. A. Establish and maintain a list of individuals from whom it has received a completed application for voluntary exclusion;B. Provide the voluntary exclusion list to a video lottery facility, with periodic updates, to assist the video lottery facility in identifying an individual to be excluded;C. Enter the voluntary exclusion list for lottery play into the Agency’s control system to ensure that an excluded individual
36.01.03.05.htm 36.01.03.05. 05 Removal from Voluntary Exclusion List.. A. After an individual has been on the voluntary exclusion list for at least 2 years, the individual may request that the Commission remove the individual from the list.B. An individual’s request under §A of this regulation shall be submitted to the Commission in writing and shall be accompanied by documentation that the individual has:1) Completed:. a) A problem gambling assessment with a professional who is licensed by the
36.01.03.06.htm 36.01.03.06. 06 Access to Voluntary Exclusion List.. A. All records pertaining to an individual’s placement on the voluntary exclusion list are sociological information under General Provisions Article, §4-330, Annotated Code of Maryland.B. Access to records pertaining to an individual’s placement on the voluntary exclusion list shall be limited to disclosures authorized under General Provisions Article, Title 4, Annotated Code of Maryland, COMAR 36.03.06, and Regulation .04 of this chapter.
36.01.03.07.htm 36.01.03.07. 07 Responsible Gaming Program.. A. The Commission may establish a responsible gaming program.. B. A responsible gaming program established by the Commission under §A of this regulation shall be designed to:1) Reduce or mitigate the effects of problem gambling in the State; and. 2) Maximize the access of individuals who have a gambling problem to problem gambling resources..
36.01.03.9999.htm 36.01.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: April 29, 2013 (40:8 Md. R. 725). Regulation .01 amended effective January 14, 2019 (46:1 Md. R. 13). Regulation .02 amended effective January 14, 2019 (46:1 Md. R. 13). Regulation .02C amended effective February 3, 2014 (41:2 Md. R. 93) October 22, 2018 (45:21 Md. R. 976)Regulation .03 amended effective February 3, 2014 (41:2 Md. R. 93) February 1, 2016 (43:2 Md. R. 129)Regulation .03B amended effective January 14, 2019 (46:1 Md. R. 13).
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