(1) The commission may hold executive or closed meetings for any of the following
(a) Considering applications for licensing when discussing background investigations
or personal information;
(b) Meeting with gaming officials of other jurisdictions, the attorney general, the
district attorney for either Teller or Gilpin county, or law enforcement officials
in connection with possible criminal violations;
(c) Consulting with the executive director, director, employees, or agents of the
commission concerning possible criminal violations or any security issues;
(d) Deliberations after hearing evidence in an informal consultation or in a contested
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