Policy Committee hearing on small games of chance

Productive discussions marked a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing at Penn State Fayette. The public session focused on how to improve the 2012 law that has harmed nonprofit groups because of its financial reporting requirements and other mandates on small games of chance. The House in February passed H.B. 290, which would repeal much of Act 2 of 2012. The law created havoc among nonprofits, veterans’ groups, fire companies and charity fundraisers. However, the Senate had not taken action on the corrective measure at the time of the hearing.

Productive discussions marked a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing at Penn State Fayette. The public session focused on how to improve the 2012 law that has harmed nonprofit groups because of its financial reporting requirements and other mandates on small games of chance. The House in February passed H.B. 290, which would repeal much of Act 2 of 2012. The law created havoc among nonprofits, veterans’ groups, fire companies and charity fundraisers. However, the Senate had not taken action on the corrective measure at the time of the hearing.



Productive discussions marked a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing at Penn State Fayette. The public session focused on how to improve the 2012 law that has harmed nonprofit groups because of its financial reporting requirements and other mandates on small games of chance. The House in February passed H.B. 290, which would repeal much of Act 2 of 2012. The law created havoc among nonprofits, veterans’ groups, fire companies and charity fundraisers. However, the Senate had not taken action on the corrective measure at the time of the hearing.

Productive discussions marked a House Democratic Policy Committee hearing at Penn State Fayette. The public session focused on how to improve the 2012 law that has harmed nonprofit groups because of its financial reporting requirements and other mandates on small games of chance. The House in February passed H.B. 290, which would repeal much of Act 2 of 2012. The law created havoc among nonprofits, veterans’ groups, fire companies and charity fundraisers. However, the Senate had not taken action on the corrective measure at the time of the hearing.