On occasion the KRGC may find the need to create new or update current regulations. On this page, you'll find proposed regulations that are working their way through the system. Regulations are approved through a multi-agency process that includes the Department of Administration, Kansas Attorney General and the legislature.
The Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission will conduct a public hearing at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 22, 2016, in the Eisenhower State Office Building, fifth floor, Conference Room A of the KRGC office, 700 S.W. Harrison, Topeka, to consider the adoption of revised gaming licensure regulations K.A.R. 112-101-7, 112-102-2, 112-102-9, and 112- 103-10. A summary of the proposed regulations and the estimated economic impact follows.
The proposed regulation establishes the duration for a background certificate issued to a gaming manager.
The proposed regulation establishes the definition of a gaming supplier and a non-gaming supplier.
The proposed regulation establishes the duration for a background certificate issued to gaming and non-gaming suppliers.
The proposed regulation establishes the duration for a background license issued to an employee working for a casino supplier.
Cost to agency: Under the Expanded Lottery Act, all of the costs of oversight and regulation by the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission are required to be paid by the gaming and non-gaming suppliers. Therefore, there are no costs anticipated to the agency or other governmental agencies, or to the people of Kansas, as a result of these regulations.
Costs to governmental agencies, private citizens, businesses, and the public: There will be no additional cost burdens placed on governmental agencies, private citizens, businesses, or the public due to the enactment of these regulations.
Any individual with a disability may request accommodation in order to participate in the public hearing and may request the proposed regulations and the regulatory impact statement in an accessible format. Requests for accommodation to participate in the hearing should be made at least five working days in advance of the hearing by contacting Brandi White.