With Oregon retailers on a pace to sell $1 billion worth of recreational cannabis in the 2020-21 fiscal year, Gov. Kate Brown is asking lawmakers to change the name of the venerable Oregon Liquor Control Commission, which has worn the same label since its formation in 1933, after Prohibition ended.
A 5% tax reduction for spirits in the UK budget next month could boost the Treasury’s income by £748 million (US$1 billion) over the next three years, according to new data.
North Dakota’s current underage drinking law carries penalties up to 30 days in jail and a $1,500 fine. A bipartisan bill would change that.
The Supreme Court issued an order today denying certiorari in hundreds of cases. The Lebamoff appeal of their loss at the 6th Circuit was one of the cases on today’s order list.
“RNDC is starting the year off with a new look,” CEO Tom Cole said. “This is a logo our entire company will embrace, including those on the West coast who recently began doing business as RNDC. It’s an exciting time for our company.”
Recently, Oregon issued clarification pertaining to the classification of hard seltzers in the state. The guidance, as summarized below, impacts the majority of hard seltzers in the market.
HIGH COUNTRY — With hopes of an economic boost to restaurants, Gov. Roy Cooper authorized the North Carolina’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission to permit the delivery or carryout of mixed drinks.
TRENTON, NJ — Seasonal liquor license holders can sell alcoholic beverages all year long until next January, under legislation signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy.
One of the largest acquisitions in wine-industry history closed Tuesday, as E. & J. Gallo Winery completed its $810 million purchase of about 30 wine labels from Constellation Brands Inc.
Washington, D.C. – Wineries will soon be able to sell their products in regular-sized cans.