Commissioner Teri L. Quimby of the Michigan Liquor Control Commission was named one of the 2017 Most Notable Women Lawyers in Michigan by Crain’s Business Detroit this week.
Councilwoman Cindy Bass spent most of her day Monday explaining Bill No. 170963, also known as the “Stop and Go” bill.
ASHEVILLE – Legislation being considered in Congress this month could knock a few cents off the price of your favorite IPA, put more money in the pocket of your local brewer or make specialty liquors significantly cheaper.
Harold Wales doesn't like the idea of fundraisers, wedding parties or other groups consuming alcoholic beverages at the local library.
South Salt Lake approved a series of liquor law changes that could attract more breweries, distilleries and wineries and ultimately revitalize certain portions of the city.
The City Council unanimously approved the changes, 6-0, during its meeting Wednesday.
Lansing — The Michigan Senate on Wednesday approved legislation that would continue to prohibit liquor stores from operating within a half-mile of each other, defying efforts by state bureaucrats to scrap a longstanding proximity rule.
Pennsylvania last year entered what was, for the natives, a brave new world of alcohol sales.
Now on the cusp of the biggest alcohol sales weeks of the year, by several barometers it appears that long-stalled plunge into a more convenience-oriented market is working out.
Montgomery city leaders announced this morning that they will be changing their policy which has allowed people to walk around in public with open containers of alcohol in the downtown entertainment district.
Shipt, a grocery delivery service that began operating in North Carolina last year, temporarily halted one if its biggest selling points – bringing beer and wine to its customers’ doorstep – in recent weeks because of legal uncertainties.
Councilwoman says community has wrong attitude about alcohol consumption (excerpt) The Columbus Telegram
COLUMBUS — Columbus City Councilwoman Beth Augustine-Schulte used the first reading of an ordinance that would allow hard liquor sales on Sunday mornings to voice her concerns with the community’s attitude toward alcohol consumption.