Ticket touts could face fines of up to 100,000 euro under legislation going before cabinet Ministers today
It seeks to ban the re-selling of tickets for above face value for large events.
It's one of a number of items on the agenda for cabinet Ministers this morning.
Cabinet Ministers will be given an update on the fight against COVID this morning but all the big decisions on restrictions won't be made until next week.
Sources also are not expecting changes to the vaccine plan today as Ministers await advice on lengthening the time between the first and second dose of some vaccines later this week.
On the agenda today is ticket touting - for when we eventually get back to live events.
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar is bringing a bill that would see fines of up to 100,000 euro or max two year jail terms for ticket touts.
The rules would apply for people trying to re-sell tickets above face value for venues or events with a capacity of more than 1,000 people.
Justice Minister Helen McEntee is to bring proposals to cabinet on regularising the status of undocumented migrants in Ireland.
It's expected applications for this scheme will be made through an online portal set to launch towards the end of the year.
Education Minister Norma Foley is bringing a bill to cabinet around how this year's Leaving Cert will be run.
It will include punishments for parents who lobby teachers over predictive grades.
Their children would have grades withheld, removing any chance of a college place.
This morning will be the first time the cabinet has met entirely in person since before Christmas, as Ministers move back to Dublin Castle for their weekly meetings.