Court of Appeals Grants Order for Immediate Effect of Rules

Court of Appeals Grants State of Michigan's Request for Immediate Effect of Rules
On Thursday, June 25, 2015, the Court of Appeals granted the State of Michigan and the Michigan Gaming Control Board's request for the rules to be given immediate effect.

This means that, pursuant to the Court of Appeals recent 2-1 decision, the rules promulgated in May 2014 (to which MiCGA and other plaintiffs were successful in the Court of Claims at receiving injunctive relief from) have taken immediate effect.

The former rules that organizations had been operating under (with the exception of some of the compromised emergency rules from Fall 2014) can be viewed here.

The rules effective June 25, 2015, can be viewed here.

As a benefit to our MiCGA members, we have prepared a document that highlights the most significant changes that charities and suppliers will need to be aware of.

No word yet from the Michigan Gaming Control Board on how they may be assisting organizations in their implementation and compliance with the new rules.

As always, please contact MiCGA if you have any issues, concerns, and/or problems with your licenses or events - we are especially concerned for those organizations who may have previously scheduled events that will be occurring over the next few weeks.

Click here to read the Crain's Detroit Business article about this latest matter.

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