Chuck E. Cheese law
 n.— «The Legislature passed a law commonly called the Chuck E. Cheese law in 1996 that says, if a machine pays out tokens or coupons valued at $5 or less, it is legal. When the adult arcades came to Jefferson County in 2000, they paid in $5 gift certificates to take advantage of the Chuck E. Cheese law.» —“Arcades’ ‘sweepstakes’ called illegal” by Robert K. Gordon Birmingham News (Ala.) Aug. 12, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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