Raised H.B. No. 5328
Session Year 2022
 


AN ACT CONCERNING THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION'S RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING THE REGULATION OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR.

To: (1) Redefine "case price" to include additional quantities and numbers of bottles and units; (2) authorize religious wine retailer permits; (3) provide that one in-state transporter's permit for alcoholic liquor covers all boats engaged in the transportation of passengers for hire or motor vehicles in livery service that are under common control, direction or ownership; (4) allow the holder of a package store permit or grocery store beer permit to allow curbside pick-up of alcoholic liquor by (A) the consumer who purchased the alcoholic liquor, or (B) the holder of an in-state transporter's permit or such holder's agent; (5) redefine "cafe" to include additional airports; (6) provide that the fee for a ninety-day provisional liquor permit is nonrefundable; (7) allow the holder of a cafe, restaurant or in-state transporter's permit to hold a seasonal outdoor open-air permit; and (8) make various conforming, minor and technical changes to the Liquor Control Act and related statutes.

Introduced by:
General Law Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 3/4/2022Public Hearing 03/08
 3/3/2022Referred to Joint Committee on General Law

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