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74-8747.Net electronic gaming machine income; distribution. (a) Net electronic gaming machine income from a racetrack gaming facility shall be distributed as follows:

(1) To the racetrack gaming facility manager, an amount equal to 25% of net electronic gaming machine income;

(2) 7% of net electronic gaming machine income shall be credited to the live horse racing purse supplement fund established by K.S.A. 2016 Supp. 74-8767, and amendments thereto, except that the amount of net electronic gaming machine income credited to the fund during any fiscal year from electronic gaming machines at a racetrack gaming facility shall not exceed an amount equal to the average of $3,750 per electronic gaming machine at each location and any moneys in excess of such amount shall be distributed between the state and the racetrack gaming facility manager in accordance with the racetrack gaming facility management contract;

(3) 7% of net electronic gaming machine income shall be credited to the live greyhound racing purse supplement fund established by K.S.A. 2016 Supp. 74-8767, and amendments thereto, except that the amount of net electronic gaming machine income credited to the fund during any fiscal year from electronic gaming machines at a racetrack gaming facility shall not exceed an amount equal to the average of $3,750 per electronic gaming machine at each location and any moneys in excess of such amount shall be distributed between the state and the racetrack gaming facility manager in accordance with the racetrack gaming facility management contract;

(4) (A) if the racetrack gaming facility is located in the northeast Kansas gaming zone and is not located within a city, include a provision for payment of an amount equal to 3% of the racetrack gaming facility revenues [*] to the county in which the racetrack gaming facility is located; or (B) if the racetrack gaming facility is located in the northeast Kansas gaming zone and is located within a city, include provision for payment of an amount equal to 1.5% of the racetrack gaming facility revenues [*] to the city in which the racetrack gaming facility is located and an amount equal to 1.5% of such revenues to the county in which such facility is located;

(5) (A) if the racetrack gaming facility is located in the southeast or south central Kansas gaming zone and is not located within a city, include a provision for payment of an amount equal to 2% of the racetrack gaming facility revenues [*] to the county in which the racetrack gaming facility is located and an amount equal to 1% of such revenues to the other county in such zone; or (B) if the racetrack gaming facility is located in the southeast or south central Kansas gaming zone and is located within a city, provide for payment of an amount equal to 1% of the racetrack gaming facility revenues [*] to the city in which the racetrack gaming facility is located, an amount equal to 1% of such revenues to the county in which such facility is located and an amount equal to 1% of such revenues to the other county in such zone;

(6) 2% of net electronic gaming machine income shall be credited to the problem gambling and addictions grant fund established by K.S.A. 2016 Supp. 79-4805, and amendments thereto;

(7) 1% of net electronic gaming machine income shall be credited to the Kansas horse fair racing benefit fund established by K.S.A. 74-8838, and amendments thereto;

(8) 40% of net electronic gaming machine income shall be credited to the expanded lottery act revenues fund; and

(9) 15% of electronic gaming machine income shall be used for gaming expenses, subject to agreement between the Kansas lottery and the racetrack gaming facility manager.

(b) A racetrack gaming facility management contract may include provisions for a parimutuel licensee or any other entity to pay the parimutuel licensee's expenses related to electronic gaming machines, as the executive director deems appropriate, subject to the requirements of subsection (a)(9).

History: L. 2007, ch. 110, § 16; Apr. 19.

* Reference should be to "net electronic gaming machine income."



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