On January 17th historian Brian Shovers presented to the public “Seventy-five and Counting: The Origins and Evolution of the Montana Micro-Brewery Industry” at the Montana Historical Society.
IOWA - Cameras on ignition interlock systems used by those convicted of drunken driving may begin to appear on dashboards as soon as July.
The goal of adding cameras is to deter restricted drivers from using other people to take the breath test needed to start the engine of their vehicle.
CHARLESTON — Members of the West Virginia Senate are discussing a bill that would require bar owners to report violent crimes or other life-threatening events that happen on their property to law enforcement, EMS and the state Alcohol Beverage Control Administration.
The Senate Judiciary Committee discussed the proposed legislation, Senate Bill 110, on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — Montgomery County governs the sale of alcohol more closely than any county in the nation. While that control has caused problems in the past, private county businesses that sell beer and wine see improvements — but say the government’s operation needs more changes.
MONTANA - About 12 miles south of Flathead Lake, the town of Ronan is a community based largely on agriculture. With several schools, banks, a golf course and an active business community, Ronan is home to an estimated 1,871 people, according to 2010 U.S. Census information.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that there have been $1.4 billion in private investments towards Virginia’s tourism industry since he took office in 2014. The Commonwealth’s tourism industry also saw $2.2 billion in total growth during the McAuliffe administration, representing a compound annual growth rate of 3.3 percent.
Small homegrown operations that make beer, liquor and even wine say the tax reform act passed by Congress will help them grow their businesses.
The Vermont House passed a bill Thursday night to legalize recreational possession of marijuana just hours after Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded a Department of Justice policy on legal marijuana.
Lawmakers voted 81-63 in favor of the bill, which would allow adults over the age of 21 to grow and possess small amounts of legal marijuana beginning in July.
EUGENE, Ore. – Attorney General Jeff Sessions is getting rid of the current marijuana policy that prevents the federal government from interfering with states that have legalized the drug, and that has many people in Oregon talking.
HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) will have a presence at one of the biggest events in the commonwealth and the largest indoor agricultural event in the country – the 102nd Pennsylvania Farm Show.