- Associated Press - Thursday, May 1, 2014

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire’s Senate has given the preliminary OK to tightening rules for table games operated in the name of New Hampshire charities.

Thursday’s vote sent the bill to the Senate’s budget committee for review. The House bill establishes new financial record-keeping and reporting requirements for charities and deeper background investigations by the attorney general.

The bill also clarifies the definition of so-called redemption slot machines and the Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission’s enforcement authority over them. The bill also establishes a study commission with a mandate to determine the most appropriate system for sustaining charities from gaming

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