NEWS AND MEDIAThe Act requires the MGCB to produce a report for the calendar year, and present it to the Governor (and to the chairpersons of the Gaming & Casino Oversight Committees in both the Michigan Senate and Michigan House of Representatives) on or before April 15 of the subsequent year.
* Revenue collected was in the form of annual assessments, license fees, and application fees. Application fees were received from casinos, suppliers, and occupational licensees, which reimbursed expenditures incurred for conducting background investigations. MGCB expenditures were partially financed from General Fund advances approved by the Department of Management and Budget. General Fund advances will be reimbursed with interest from the State Services Fee Fund in an amount and manner consistent with the operating practices of the State's Common Cash Fund.