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598127
  Amendment
Bill No. HB 7145
Amendment No. 598127
CHAMBER ACTION
Senate House
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1Representative Galvano offered the following:
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3     Amendment
4     Remove lines 333-350 and insert:
5     (a)  The tax rate on slot machine revenues at each facility
6shall be the product of the number 2 multiplied by the
7percentage rate specified in the gaming compact between the
8Seminole Tribe of Florida and( the State of Florida for the
9purpose of determining the annual gaming revenue share that the
10Seminole Tribe of Florida is obligated to pay to the state
11pursuant to such gaming compact that has been ratified by the
12Legislature and has been approved by either the Secretary of the
13United States Department of the Interior or by operation of
14federal law. If, during any state fiscal year, the aggregate
15amount of tax paid to the state by all slot machine licensees in
16Broward and Miami-Dade Counties is less than $140 million, each
17slot machine licensee shall pay to the state within 45 days
18after the end of the state fiscal year a surcharge equal to its
19pro rata share of an amount equal to the difference between $140
20million and the amount of tax paid during the fiscal year. Each
21licensee's pro rata share shall be an amount determined by
22dividing the number 1 by the number of facilities licensed to
23operate slot machines during the applicable fiscal year,
24regardless of whether the facility is


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