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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 432. Gaming § 432.212a

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Sec. 12a.  (1) In addition to application and license fees described in this act, all regulatory and enforcement costs, compulsive gambling programs, casino-related programs and activities, casino-related legal services provided by the attorney general, and the casino-related expenses of the department of state police must be paid by casino licensees as provided by this section.

(2) The total annual assessment for the first year in which any casino licensee under this act begins operating a casino in this state is $25,000,000.00.

(3) The total annual assessment required under this subsection must be adjusted each year by multiplying the annual assessment for the immediately preceding year by the Detroit Consumer Price Index for the immediately preceding year.  As used in this subsection, “Detroit Consumer Price Index means the annual consumer price index for Detroit consumers as defined and reported by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

(4) On or before the date a casino licensee begins operating its casino and annually on that date thereafter, the casino licensee shall pay to the state treasurer an equal share of the total annual assessment required under this section.  A casino's assessment must not exceed 1/3 of the total annual assessment required under this section.

(5) From the amount collected under subsection (4), $2,000,000.00 must be deposited in the compulsive gaming prevention fund.

(6) The state services fee fund is created in the department and the department shall administer the state services fee fund in accordance with this act.

(7) Except as provided in subsections (5) and (8), all money collected under this section must be deposited in the state services fee fund.  Distributions from the fund must be made by the legislature through the appropriations process.

(8) The balance of the state services fee fund must not exceed $65,000,000.00.  If the money collected under this section would cause the balance to exceed the limitation of this subsection, the surplus money must be credited in equal shares against each casino licensee's annual assessment made under this section.

(9) The money collected under this section and deposited in the state services fee fund does not revert to the general fund at the close of the fiscal year but remains in the fund.

(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, the City of San Diego, the employees' exclusive representative, and unrepresented employees may agree that the employer contribution for postretirement health coverage shall be subject to the following:

(1) Credited years of service that the employee worked with the City of San Diego.

(2) A memorandum of understanding regarding postretirement health coverage mutually agreed upon through collective bargaining. This issue may not be subject to the impasse procedures set forth in Article 9 (commencing with Section 3548) of Chapter 10.7 of Division 4 of Title 1.

(b) This section is not applicable to any employee who retired before the effective date of the memorandum of understanding. In the event that the memorandum of understanding establishes a retroactive effective date, this section applies only prospectively and any employee who retires before the memorandum of understanding is signed may not be affected by it.

(c) No agreement reached pursuant to subdivision (a) shall be valid if it provides an employer contribution for employees with less than 10 years of credited service with the City of San Diego.

(d) The City of San Diego shall provide, in the manner prescribed by the board, a notification of the agreement established pursuant to this section and any additional information necessary to implement this section.

(e) This section shall only apply to employees who are either of the following:

(1) Members of the San Diego Police Officers Association.

(2) Unclassified or unrepresented employees of the City of San Diego.

Cite this article: - Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 432. Gaming § 432.212a - last updated February 09, 2022 |

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