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133.309. Alternate Medical Necessity Dispute Resolution by Case
Review Doctor.
As a result of the review, the Division has determined that the reason
for adoption of 133.4 and 133.5 does not continue to exist due to
those sections expiring on January 1, 2011. Those sections expired in
accordance with Labor Code 413.011(d-6). These sections are not
readopted. These sections will be repealed at a later date in accordance
with the Administrative Procedure Act.
Subchapter A - General Rules for Medical Billing and Processing
133.4. Written Notification to Health Care Providers of Contractual
Agreements for Informal and Voluntary Networks.
133.5. Informal Network and Voluntary Network Reporting Require-
ments to the Division.
This concludes the Division's review of Chapter 133. The completion
of the review of this chapter concludes the rule review process.
Dirk Johnson
General Counsel
Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers' Compensation
Filed: October 24, 2011
Texas Lottery Commission
Title 16, Part 9
The Texas Lottery Commission (Commission) has reviewed 16 TAC
Chapter 401 relating to Administration of State Lottery Act, in accor-
dance with the requirements of Texas Government Code, 2001.039,
and readopts the rules in Chapter 401. The Commission has determined
that the reasons continue to exist for adopting the rules in Chapter 401.
Subchapter A (Procurement) sets forth rules relating to Lottery Pro-
curement Procedures, Protests of Terms of a Formal Competitive Solic-
itation, Protests of Contract Award, and Contract Monitoring Roles and
Responsibilities. Subchapter B (Licensing of Sales Agents) sets forth
rules relating to Application for License, Qualifications for License,
Expiration of License, Renewal of License, Provisional License, Sus-
pension or Revocation of License, Summary Suspension of License,
and Standard Penalty Chart. Subchapter C (Practice and Procedure)
sets forth rules relating to Intent and Scope of Rules, Construction
of Rules, Contested Cases, Initiation of a Hearing, Law Governing
Contested Cases, Subpoenas, Depositions, and Orders to Allow En-
try, Motion for Rehearing, and Definitions. Subchapter D (Lottery
Game Rules) sets forth rules relating to General Definitions, Instant
Game Rules, Grand Prize Drawing Rule, On-Line Game Rules (Gen-
eral), "Lotto Texas" On-Line Game Rule, Video Lottery Games, "Pick
3" On-Line Game Rule, "Cash Five" On-Line Game, Assignability
of Prizes, Payment of Prize Payments Upon Death of a Prize Win-
ner, "Texas Two Step" On-Line Game, Promotional Drawings, Re-
tailer Bonus Programs, "Mega Millions" On-Line Game Rule, "Daily
4" On-Line Game Rule, "Powerball@" On-Line Game Rule, Withhold-
ing of Delinquent Child-Support Payments from Lump-sum and Peri-
odic Installment Payments of Lottery Winnings in Excess of Six Hun-
dred Dollars, and Withholding of Child-Support Payments from Pe-
riodic Installment Payments of Lottery Winnings. Subchapter E (Re-
tailer Rules) sets forth rules relating to Proceeds from Ticket Sales, Set-
tlement Procedures, Retailer Settlements, Financial Obligations, and
Commissions, Restricted Sales, Texas Lottery as Retailer, Payment of
Prizes, Required Purchases of Lottery Tickets, Retailer's Financial Re-
sponsibility for Lottery Tickets Received and Subsequently Damaged
or Rendered Unsaleable, for Winning Lottery Tickets Paid and for Lot-

tery-Related Property, Retailer Record, Training, Compliance with All
Applicable Laws, Instant Ticket Vending Machines, Online Self-Ser-
vice Terminals, Retailer's Financial Responsibility for Lottery Tick-
ets Received and Subsequently Stolen or Lost, Collection of Delin-
quent Obligations for Lottery Retailer Related Accounts, and Display
of License. Subsection F (ADA Requirements) sets forth rules relat-
ing to Definitions, General Requirements, Readily Achievable Barrier
Removal, Priority of ADA Compliance by Lottery Licensees, Alter-
natives to Barrier Removal, Future Alterations to a Lottery Licensed
Facility, Complaints Relating to Non-accessibility, and Requests for
Hearings. Subchapter G (Lottery Security) sets forth a rule relating to
Lottery Security.
As a result of the Commission's rule review, the Commission has con-
cluded that some of the rules in Chapter 401 need to be amended in or-
der to reflect current legal and policy considerations, and current proce-
dures of the Commission. The Commission will propose amendments
to the rules requiring amendments in separate rulemaking actions.
This review and readoption has been conducted in accordance with
Texas Government Code 2001.039. The Commission received no
comments on the proposed review, which was published in the August
26, 2011, issue of the Texas Register (36 TexReg 5417).
This concludes the review of 16 TAC Chapter 401.
Kimberly L. Kiplin
General Counsel
Texas Lottery Commission
Filed: October 20, 2011
The Texas Lottery Commission (Commission) has reviewed 16 TAC
Chapter 402 relating to Charitable Bingo Administrative Rules,
in accordance with the requirements of Texas Government Code,
2001.039, and readopts the rules in Chapter 402. The Commission
has determined that the reasons continue to exist for adopting the rules
in Chapter 402, with the exception of three rules in Subchapter G,
relating to Compliance and Enforcement, which will be repealed in
separate rulemaking actions.
Subchapter A (Administration) sets forth rules relating to Definitions,
Advisory Opinions, Bingo Advisory Committee, and Training Pro-
gram. Subchapter B (Conduct of Bingo) sets forth rules relating to
General Restrictions on the Conduct of Bingo, Prohibited Bingo Oc-
casion, Transfer of Funds, Unit Accounting, Prohibited Price Fixing,
Unit Agreements, House Rules, and Promotional Bingo. Subchapter
C (Bingo Games and Equipment) sets forth rules relating to Pull-Tab
Bingo, Bingo Card/Paper, Card-Minding Systems, and Pull-tab or In-
stant Bingo Dispensers. Subchapter D (Licensing Requirements) sets
forth rules relating to General Licensing Provisions, Temporary Li-
cense, Registry of Bingo Workers, Licenses for Conduct of Bingo Oc-
casions and to Lease Bingo Premises, License Fees, Temporary Autho-
rization, Bingo Chairperson, Unit Manager, Designation of Members,
Amendment for Change of Premises or Occasions Due to Lease Ter-
mination or Abandonment, Amendment of a License - General Provi-
sions, Late License Renewal, Signature Requirements, Qualifications
and Requirements for Conductor's License, Amendment to a Regular
License to Conduct Charitable Bingo, Amendment of License by Tele-
phone or Facsimile, Amendment to a Commercial Lessor License, Re-
quest for Waiver, Operating Capital, Net Proceeds, and Request for Op-
erating Capital Increase. Subchapter E (Books and Records) sets forth
rules relating to General Records Requirements, Charitable Use of Net
Proceeds, Charitable Use of Net Proceeds Recordkeeping, Bingo Gift
Certificates, Debit Card Transactions, Permissible Expense, Disburse-

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