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Approval, denial and renewal of employee licenses and registrations
Racing, Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Breeding Law (PML) CHAPTER 47-A, ARTICLE 13, TITLE 3
§ 1325. Approval, denial and renewal of employee licenses and
registrations. 1. Upon the filing of an application for a casino key
employee license or gaming employee registration required by this
article and after submission of such supplemental information as the
commission may require, the commission shall conduct or cause to be
conducted such investigation into the qualification of the applicant,
and the commission shall conduct such hearings concerning the
qualification of the applicant, in accordance with its regulations, as
may be necessary to determine qualification for such license.

2. After such investigation, the commission may either deny the
application or grant a license to an applicant whom it determines to be
qualified to hold such license.

3. The commission shall have the authority to deny any application
pursuant to the provisions of this article following notice and
opportunity for hearing.

4. When the commission grants an application, the commission may limit
or place such restrictions thereupon as it may deem necessary in the
public interest.

5. After an application for a casino key employee license is
submitted, final action of the commission shall be taken within ninety
days after completion of all hearings and investigations and the receipt
of all information required by the commission.

6. Licenses and registrations of casino key employees and gaming
employees issued pursuant to this article shall remain valid for five
years unless suspended, revoked or voided pursuant to law. Such licenses
and registrations may be renewed by the holder thereof upon application,
on a form prescribed by the commission, and payment of the applicable
fee. Notwithstanding the forgoing, if a gaming employee registrant has
not been employed in any position within a gaming facility for a period
of three years, the registration of that gaming employee shall lapse.

8. The commission shall establish by regulation appropriate fees to be
paid upon the filing of the required applications. Such fees shall be
deposited into the commercial gaming revenue fund.