It's common for charity organizations to race the plastic ducks and have people buy raffle tickets to "bet" on who will win to raise money.
Existing rubber duck races in
According to Assembly Bill 422:
"This bill expands the type of raffles that are authorized to include games of chance for which tickets are sold and that use plastic or rubber ducks in a race. Each "duck" has a number on it, which is the same number that is on a ticket that was sold for the raffle. The duck that first crosses the finish line represents the winner of the raffle. The bill imposes certain requirements for conducting a race, including a requirement that the ducks be the same size, shape, and weight, and that a device
be used at the finish line that traps the ducks in the order that they cross."
The bill, which was introduced by
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