A timeline of charitable gaming in NH law
1998: Single wager limit increased from $1 to $2.
2006: Oversight of games of chance transferred from the Attorney General's Office and local chiefs of police to the state Pari-mutuel Commission.
2006: $20,000 bond required of primary game operators.
2006: Requirement added: Charitable organization must retain 35 percent of game proceeds after prizes are paid. 2006: Fees defined, including: . Charitable groups required to pay $25 per game up to 10 games per year . $250 facility license fee . $500 game operator fee
2008: Primary game operators' bond requirement increased to "up to $300,000."
2008: Single wager limit increased to $4. Added 80 percent limit on prizes for games where chips have no monetary value.
2008: Operator background checks expanded to include fingerprint requirements and FBI checks, and imposing fees.
2010: All games of chance must be approved by the commission and identified on an approved game schedule for licensed game dates.
2010: Clarifies facility rental agreement between a charitable organization and licensed game operator to ensure the charity retains at least 35 percent of gross revenues after any prizes are paid.
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