Following a recent judge’s ruling on yet another case of citizens arrested for a private gambling game, South Carolina  senators have submitted bills asking for the antiquated anti-gambling laws of the state to be laid to rest. SC’s anti-gambling laws are so vague, that even a non-money game of Monopoly could get you arrested, at least in theory.

One bill would legalize private social gambling where the house doesn’t make money. Another would legalize charity raffles.