Is State's $10 Prize Limit for Legal Skill Game Machines 'Rationally Related' to Purpose of Statute?
Pickaway County Skilled Gaming LLC et al. v. Richard Cordray, Ohio Attorney General, et al., Case no. 2009-1559
10th District Court of Appeals (Franklin County)
ISSUE: Is a provision of Ohio's anti-gambling statute that legalizes skill-based amusement machines only if they limit merchandise prizes awarded to winners to a wholesale value of $10 or less unconstitutional on the basis that the prize limit is not rationally related to the purpose of the statute?