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Indiana Code Title 4. State Offices and Administration § 4-32.3-4-7

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Sec. 7. (a) The commission may issue a festival license to a qualified organization if the qualified organization:

(1) submits an application;  and

(2) pays the required fees under IC 4-32.3-6.

(b) The license may authorize the qualified organization:

(1) to conduct:

(A) bingo events;

(B) casino game nights;

(C) raffles;  and

(D) gambling activities licensed under section 11 of this chapter;  and

(2) to sell:

(A) pull tabs;

(B) punchboards;  and

(C) tip boards.

(c) The license must state the location and the dates the activities may be conducted.

(d) A festival cannot exceed five (5) consecutive days.

(e) A qualified organization may apply for up to three (3) festival licenses each calendar year.

(f) Festival licenses may not be used consecutively.

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