Each applicant who is the subject of a background check is entitled to a copy of his or her background investigation report, and has the right to challenge the accuracy and completeness of any information contained in the report and to obtain a prompt determination as to the validity of the challenge before a final determination is made by the Lottery Commission that would deny issuance of a license or renewal of a license.
(a) For employing or contracting with persons, other than service technicians licensed by the commission, to repair video lottery terminals, the permittee shall be fined:
(1) One thousand dollars for a first violation;
(2) Five thousand dollars for a second violation; and
(3) Ten thousand dollars for a third violation.
For each subsequent violation, the fine imposed by the commission shall increase by $10,000.
(b) For acquiring, or installing in licensed premises, any video lottery terminal that has not been manufactured and supplied by a licensed manufacturer, that has not also been tested and approved by the commission's independent testing laboratory, and that has not been approved for use in this state by the commission, the permittee shall be fined:
(1) Five thousand dollars for a first violation;
(2) Ten thousand dollars for a second violation.
(c) For each subsequent violation, the fine imposed by the commission shall increase by $10,000.