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Senator Valentine Unveils His Alcohol Bill

Posted in 2011, Featured on Friday, February 18th, 2011 at 3:53 PM 3 Comments

Senator John Valentine spoke about SB 314 in the Senate Media Availability today. Though he has discussed his alcoholic beverage licensing changes in concept, the bill is now drafted and was read in for the first time this morning. The changes proposed deal with: Licensing, permits, age verification, hours of sale, ratio of alcohol-to-food revenue and more.

Listen to Sen. Valentine’s audio from today’s Media Availability here:

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3 Comments to “Senator Valentine Unveils His Alcohol Bill”

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  2. brett says:

    must we waste are time righting a 100+ page on alcohol when we have a imigration problem ?stop wasting my tax on boges bills and look at the real problems thnk you.

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