(INDIANAPOLIS) - The Indiana Gaming Commission holds the first of seven hearings Wednesday to get suggestions from charities around the state on how to enforce charitable gaming laws efficiently.
A new state law shifts responsibility for those laws to the commission and away from the Department Of Revenue.
Wednesday's meeting in Richmond will be followed by sessions over the next week in Indianapolis, Lafayette, Michigan City, Fort Wayne, Clarksville and Jasper.
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