CA Bus & Prof Code Section 19607.4


(a)

Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any amount up to an amount equal to the difference between the maximum deduction authorized pursuant to Sections 19607 and 19607.2 and the amount actually deducted, not to exceed four million dollars ($4,000,000) statewide annually, may be utilized to obtain, provide, or defray the cost of workers’ compensation coverage for licensed thoroughbred stable employees and jockeys, and an amount not to exceed one million dollars ($1,000,000) statewide annually, may be paid to the thoroughbred welfare fund described in subdivision (b) of Section 19641 from the funds described in Sections 19607 and 19607.2, provided (1) there is a written agreement between the owners’ organization described in subdivision (a) of Section 19613 and those racing associations and fairs that annually conduct in California at least 75 percent of the thoroughbred races regarding the utilization of those funds; and (2) the agreement is filed with the board.

(b)

The agreement shall be binding upon the owners’ organization and all of the racing associations and fairs that conduct thoroughbred races in California and the board shall have the authority to enforce the terms of the agreement. The board shall not, however, have the authority to impose an agreement upon the owners’ organization or the group of racing associations or fairs described herein.
Last Updated

Aug. 19, 2023

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