CS/HB 775: Beverage Law
GENERAL BILL by Commerce Committee ; La Rosa
Beverage Law; Prohibits certain entities & persons from directly or indirectly assisting any vendor in specified ways; authorizes Division of Alcoholic Beverages & Tobacco to impose administrative sanctions for certain violations; provides exemptions relating to tied house evil for certain sales & purchases of merchandise; prohibits manufacturer or importer of malt beverages from soliciting or receiving any portion of certain payments from its distributors.
Last Action: 3/10/2018 House - Died on Calendar
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Careers and Competition Subcommittee; Commerce Committee -HJ 68
• Introduced -HJ 68
• On Committee agenda-- Careers and Competition Subcommittee, 01/30/18, 1:00 pm, Webster Hall
• Favorable by Careers and Competition Subcommittee; YEAS 13 NAYS 2 -HJ 474
• Now in Commerce Committee -HJ 474
• On Committee agenda-- Commerce Committee, 02/26/18, 2:00 pm, Webster Hall
• CS by- Commerce Committee; YEAS 26 NAYS 0 -HJ 695
• Pending review of CS -under Rule 7.18(c)
• CS by Commerce Committee read 1st time -HJ 688
• Placed on Calendar -HJ 1212
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died on Calendar
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