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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 11. Gaming

11VAC15. Charitable Gaming Board




Chapters 554 and 609 of the 2022 Acts of Assembly (i) eliminated the provisions of the Code of Virginia that authorized the Charitable Gaming Board to promulgate regulations, (ii) reclassified the board as an advisory board within the meaning of § 2.2-2100 of the Code of Virginia, and (iii) authorized the Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services to promulgate regulations to carry out the provisions of the Charitable Gaming Law (Article 1.1:1 of Chapter 8 of Title 18.2 of the Code of Virginia). Chapters 554 and 609 of the 2022 Acts of Assembly further provide that the regulations of the Charitable Gaming Board shall be administered by the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and shall remain in full force and effect until the Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services promulgates regulations in accordance with Chapters 554 and 609.

The regulations concerning charitable gaming activities in the Commonwealth that the commissioner has promulgated are established in 11VAC20. Regulations are available at the agency's principal office located at 102 Governor Street, Richmond, VA 23219. Internet address:

Rev. 07/2023

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