Iowa Admin. Code r. 491-6.6 - Applications for license after denial, revocation, or suspension
Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022
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491—6.6(99D,99E,99F) Applications for license after denial, revocation, or suspension.
6.6(1) Any person whose license was denied or revoked may reapply for a license in accordance with the commission’s rules governing applications. However, the applicant must satisfy the following conditions:
a. The applicant shall bear the burden of proof of establishing satisfaction with all license criteria and shall provide proof of satisfaction of any terms or conditions imposed as a part of the commission’s order denying or revoking the license;
b. The applicant shall allege facts and circumstances establishing, to the commission’s satisfaction, sufficient evidence of rehabilitation and that the basis for the denial or revocation no longer exists;
c. The applicant shall establish that the public interest and the integrity of racing and gaming would not be adversely affected if a license is granted; and
d. If the license was revoked, a new application shall not be filed until five years have elapsed from the date of the order of revocation.
6.6(2) Any person whose license was suspended for 365 days or more may file a new application for a license upon the expiration of the period of suspension but must satisfy all of the conditions set forth in 6.6(1)“a,” “b,” and “c” above. If a person’s license has not expired after the 365-day suspension, the person must have a hearing before a board to determine if the person has satisfied all of the conditions set forth in 6.6(1)“a,” “b,” and “c” above prior to that individual’s participating in racing or gaming.
[ARC 4378C, IAB 3/27/19, effective 5/1/19; ARC 4618C, IAB 8/28/19, effective 7/31/19; ARC 5016C, IAB 4/8/20, effective 5/13/20]