The West Virginia Gaming Commission made a ruling Tuesday to see if out-of-state bus trips would be allowed to gamble.
One local bus company says the ruling was inconclusive. Abbott Trailways in Roanoke runs around eight trips a month to the Greenbrier.
Abbott's events are marketed as "Lunch at the Greenbrier."
The new rules say the Greenbrier has to host 20 people paying at least $20 that rode on the bus, and it's not just a gambling trip.
Abbott says they already follow those guidelines, so they're still going to run the trips to the Greenbrier.
However, they're still not sure if trips they run to other West Virginia casino's are allowed.
Original story from Tuesday, Nov. 27.
Can busloads of gamblers still roll into the Greenbrier Hotel's casino? The answer is still maybe.
The West Virginia Lottery Commission made some changes to the rules governing when day guests can use the casino.
People attending events like weddings, concerts and the PGA tour will be allowed in.
Other events, like bus trips, will require advance approval from the state lottery director.
Those events must have at least 20 participants and must also visit other parts the resort.
Click here to see the policy statement adopted by the West Virginia Lottery Commission.