Several D.C. bar and restaurant owners spoke out at a public hearing yesterday voicing their concerns about a part of a proposed bill handed down by Mayor Muriel Bowser in October 2017.
A legislative resolution calling for “thoughtful taxation” of alcohol products in South Dakota ran into stiff opposition Thursday from some state lawmakers.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission wants alcohol delivery people to be on the lookout for signs of human trafficking in TABC-licensed bars, restaurants and liquor stores.
This legislative session, Senator Joan Carter Conway and the Baltimore City Delegation have reintroduced House Bill 747 and Senate Bill 398, which would give the Baltimore City Liquor Board the authority to require mediation between liquor licensees and community members before a public hearing can be scheduled for a license renewal protest.
BISMARCK, N.D. - An American Indian tribe has extended its suspension of new alcohol taxes and rules on the reservation located in the heart of North Dakota's oil patch.
HARTFORD, CT — Perhaps the eighth time's a charm for Gov. Dannel Malloy in his last quest to change Connecticut's liquor laws. Malloy will once again push to allow retailers to sell alcohol below the minimum bottle price.
FAIRBANKS — A bill aimed at letting alcohol distilleries continue mixing cocktails drew heavy public support at a hearing Saturday in Juneau.
According to the Washington State Wine Commission, there were only 19 wineries in 1981. Today over 900 exist across the state. Washington is the second largest premium wine producer in the U.S., with California being the first.
COVINGTON — With two new members, the Covington City Council will take a second look at amending three alcohol ordinances to allow brown bagging and amenity drinks at art shops, retail businesses, and salons and spas.
On Tuesday, January 30, the Senate Regulated Industries and Utilities Committee voted 6 to 4 in favor of Senate Bill 17 (SB 17) better known as the ‘Brunch Bill’. The committee handles the licensing and regulating of Georgia’s utilities such as gas and electric as well as alcoholic beverages.