Two new rule changes were approved by the South Dakota Commission, according to the Black Hills Pioneer. One rule pertains to the notification of the legal age to gamble while the other concerns policies involving individuals under the age of 21 in casinos.
Gambling establishments must now prominently display the legal age required to gamble. The signs must be permanently displayed at the front of the gaming establishment. Commissioner Tim Holland urged gaming establishments to err on the side of caution in regard to placement of additional signage.
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