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South Carolina law currently identifies just three legal forms of gambling: bingo, raffles, and the state lottery. Since online gambling isn't one of those three things​.


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game of bingo, the Tribe shall be deemed a non - profit organization under the Bingo Act. The Tribe may be licensed by the South Carolina Tax Commission.


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A bingo game was defined as a single game of chance. The law also prohibited operating bingo games that offered more than one prize per game, awarded prizes.


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Opinion on the legality of a proposed scheme for the disposition of a certain parcel of land Sections , , Code of Laws of South Carolina. Requested by: Marion H. Opinion concerning whether giving away a lottery ticket from a state where lotteries are permitted pursuant to a random drawing at a bingo session in South Carolina is legal in this state. Opinion regarding the legality of door prizes for charity functions. Vaughn, Member, House of Representatives. Opinion on the legality of conducting the game of bingo for residents of Lexington County over the age of sixty. Requested by: Carmen M. Walter Brown, Sr. All rights reserved. Opinion asking to review bill S. Opinion concerning a recent number of proposals requiring a statewide referendum on video poker and clarifying whether an idea allowing voters to decide whether poker payouts will be legal in South Carolina would be legally valid. Opinion concerning the legality of a plan by Dutch Fork High School to raise funds for the construction of an athletic field house. Opinion questioning whether a promotional program sponsored by WeSave Inc. Hunter Howard, Jr. McMullen, Jr. Requested by: The Honorable S. Opinion asking do the amendments to Sections and of the South Carolina Code of Laws mean; any place licensed to serve alcohol may now have bingo, casino nights and poker nights as long as they are for a charitable purpose? And, may holders of beer and wine permits have game promotions including contests, games of chance, or sweepstakes in which the elements of chance and prize are present and which comply with specified requirements contained in subsection 3 [of S. Opinion questioning regarding the impact joint resolution recently passed by the Legislature on previous legislation enabling Cherokee County School District 1 to issue bonds to fund specified improvements. Opinion clarifying the October 11, opinion on the legality of a non-profit organization holding a Riverboat Casino night. Opinion concerning the legality of the City of Columbia funding the burial of electrical utilities owned by Columbia College. Requested by: The Honorable Glenn F. Read full opinion Requested by: The Honorable H. William L. John W. Gary Simrill, Members, House of Representatives. Secret Service, U. Opinion questioning whether it would constitute a dual office holding violation for an individual to simultaneously serve as Executive Director of the South Carolina Education Lottery and as a Chairperson of the Centers of Economic Excellence Review Board. Requested by the Honorable Nicholas P. Requested by The Honorable Richard W. Opinion concerning the legality of a particular video game machine. Opinion concerning a scheme in Spartanburg whereby an individual pays a courier service a fee in order for the service to buy a lottery ticket in another state which is then delivered back to the purchaser. Specifically, whether S. Martin Rodriguez, 25, of Gray Court, SC, on five charges connected to the sexual exploitation of minors. Opinion on indecent exposure and gambling Sections , , et seq. Code of laws, Section Opinion inquiring as to the legality of awarding a cash prize to a voter whose name is drawn at random from a listing of all who vote at either a primary or general election. Opinion concerning a particular situation involving a number of lottery magazines offered at newsstands for sale that contain advertisements for opportunities to play a lottery. Opinion concerning a regulation governing the operation of the State Farmers Markets which has been promulgated by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture. Code of laws, Section …and can the machine be confiscated and destroyed as provided in S. Code Ann. Opinion concerning whether organizations presently holding bingo licenses are required to purchase new licenses as of September 1, or can they operate under their present licenses until they expire. Privacy Policy.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Proponents of this idea will seek to enact a statute authorizing the holding of the statewide vote. Requested by: Edward T. Requested by: Mr. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Opinion regarding the secondary sale of South Carolina Lottery tickets after a ticket is a known winning lottery ticket. Opinion concerning the legality of raffling real estate for charitable, as well as non-charitable, purposes. Opinion on whether or not a pool or billiard room must be shut down at 11 p. Opinion regarding whether a contest more clearly explained on the website www. Read full opinion here. Requested by The Honorable Jean H. Opinion regarding the Cheraw Town Council considering an ordinance which would generally prohibit the operation of bingo games within the town limits of Cheraw. Opinion on whether a promotional contest in which the public is invited to participate at no charge is in violation of the lottery statutes of this State. Opinion on whether the Clarendon County Board of Education can suspend a school trustee who has been indicted on various lottery related charge. Opinion on whether the operation of raffles, lotteries, turkey shoots and similar fund raising efforts by charitable organizations fall in the same category as bingo games. Requested by: Charles E. Please visit the Contact Us page to stay in touch. Such questions asked were regarding: video poker devices, and the South Carolina Education Lottery. Opinion on the confiscation of gambling tables, roulette wheels and the like Sections and , South Carolina Code of Laws. Opinion questioning whether a particular solicitation campaign associated with a charitable organization meets the consideration element of a lottery under South Carolina law. In a letter submitted to Under Secretary for Benefits Paul Lawrence, the coalition is asking the department to postpone and reevaluate changes made to its longstanding claims review policy while the nation faces a public health pandemic. Norwood, Chairman and J. James H. Opinion concerning whether or not Oconee County may continue to utilize late tax penalties collected by the county on ad valorem taxes. Opinion asking can a member of an organized fire department who has risen to the point that his duties may include those of a local fire marshal, but who is not certified by the State Fire Marshal and not acting under that state authority, be commissioned by a Police Chief or Sheriff as a law enforcement officer then be considered not to hold two public office in violation of the State Constitution. Crawford Clarkson, Jr. Opinion on the legality of various proposed lotteries in respect to the new constitutional amendment allowing the playing of bingo under certain circumstances. Opinion questioning, S. Opinion concerning a proposed golf tournament to be hosted by Pawleys Plantation Golf and Country Club, specifically, whether it violates any criminal or gambling statutes, including but not limited to Section of the Code or any statutes regulating real estate or rules and regulations promulgated by the State Real Estate Commission. Richardson; The Honorable Bessie A. Boyd Brown, Member, House of Representatives. Welcome to the on-line office for Attorney General Alan Wilson. Toal, House of Representatives. Raymond W. Department of Veterans Affairs VA to rescind a newly-implemented policy that will result in further delays and confusion in the claims process. Requested by Honorable Richard W. Baker, Jr. Opinion on whether the chairman of the Clarendon County School District 1 board of trustees can be suspended or removed from his position when arrested on charges which include operating a lottery, conspiracy, marijuana sales and illegal liquor sales. Requested by: The Honorable James H. Opinion regarding a business, Monte Carlo Productions, which would like to offer clients the opportunity to stage a casino theme party where guests would play typical casino games, but would not pay any fee. Opinion questioning whether or not a group called, Choose Children First, who joined other organizations for a voter registration drive with promises of cash prizes via lottery style drawings complies with state law. Opinion on the legality of two games conducted by local organizations, which may constitute an illegal lottery. Opinion as to whether the game of bingo may be advertised in the newspapers. Opinion regarding the applicability of Act. Requested by: Robert C. 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