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The 2009 Florida Statutes

Chapter 550
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Section 550.3605, Florida Statutes 2009

1550.3605  Use of electronic transmitting equipment; permit by division required.--Any person who has in her or his possession or control on the premises of any licensed horse or dog racetrack or jai alai fronton any electronic transmitting equipment or device that is capable of transmitting or communicating any information whatsoever to another person, without the written permission of the division, is guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083. This section does not apply to the possession or control of any telephone, telegraph, radio, or television facilities installed by any such licensee with the approval of the division.

History.--s. 40, ch. 92-348; s. 790, ch. 97-103; s. 17, ch. 2009-170.

1Note.--Section 17, ch. 2009-170, repealed s. 550.3605, effective "only if the Governor and an authorized representative of the Seminole Tribe of Florida execute an Indian Gaming Compact pursuant to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 and requirements of this act, only if the compact is ratified by the Legislature, and only if the compact is approved or deemed approved, and not voided pursuant to the terms of this act, by the Department of the Interior, and such sections take effect on the date that the approved compact is published in the Federal Register."

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