New Alcoholic Beverages Bills

25 January 2013 Categories: All Blogs

SB0091 by Finney L Alcoholic Beverage Commission – As introduced, mandates the temporary suspension of an establishment’s permit to sell beer upon the suspension or revocation by the alcoholic beverage commission of the establishment’s license to sell alcoholic beverages and requires the local or municipal beer board to notify the alcoholic beverage commission of violations that result in the suspension or revocation of an establishment’s permit to sell beer. – Amends TCA Title 4; Title 5; Title 6; Title 7 and Title 57. Filed for intro. 1/22/2013
SB0092 by Finney L Alcoholic Beverage Commission – As introduced, authorizes the alcoholic beverage commission in consultation with the department of revenue to verify compliance with the food percentage requirements for limited service restaurants and restaurants. – Amends TCA Title 6; Title 29; Title 57 and Title 67. Filed for intro. 1/22/2013
HB0027 by Swann
SB0097 by Finney L
Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, establishes procedures for verifying food percentage requirements and for notifying other authorities of certain alcohol and beer law violations. – Amends TCA Title 4; Title 5; Title 6; Title 7; Title 29; Title 57 and Title 67. HB0027: Filed for intro.SB0097: Filed for intro. 1/10/20131/22/2013
HB0047 by Haynes Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, decreases, from two years to one year and from 10 years to five years, the residency requirements for the issuance of a retailer’s license to sell alcoholic beverages; specifies, if the next of kin takes over a valid retail license in the event of death of the holder, the residency requirements do not apply. – Amends TCA Title 57. Filed for intro. 1/18/2013
HB0070 by Sargent Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, eliminates the prohibition against issuing a wholesale license for the sale of alcoholic beverages to premises located in municipalities with a population of less than 100,000. – Amends TCA Section 57-3-203. Filed for intro. 1/23/2013
SB0089 by Finney L Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, requires the alcoholic beverage commission to promulgate rules and regulations to place further restrictions on the sale of certain high alcohol content beverages. – Amends TCA Title 57, Chapter 1; Title 57, Chapter 3; Title 57, Chapter 4 and Title 57, Chapter 5. Filed for intro. 1/22/2013
SB0090 by Finney L Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, creates a nuisance cause of action where a limited service restaurant or a restaurant operates below the establishment’s food percentage requirements. – Amends TCA Title 29; Title 57 and Title 67. Filed for intro. 1/22/2013
SB0097 by Finney L
HB0027 by Swann
Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, establishes procedures for verifying food percentage requirements and for notifying other authorities of certain alcohol and beer law violations. – Amends TCA Title 4; Title 5; Title 6; Title 7; Title 29; Title 57 and Title 67. SB0097: Filed for intro.HB0027: Filed for intro. 1/22/20131/10/2013
SB0110 by Tate Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, prohibits the sale of energy drinks at a business with a license or permit to serve or sell liquor by the drink; designates the offense as a Class A misdemeanor, punishable only by fine and suspension of an offender’s license or permit to serve or sell liquor by the drink. – Amends TCA Title 39; Title 40 and Title 57. Filed for intro. 1/24/2013
SB0128 by Ketron Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, removes beer from calculation of gross revenue in regard to limited service restaurants. – Amends TCA Section 57-4-102(21). Filed for intro. 1/24/2013
SB0129 by Ketron Alcoholic Beverages – As introduced, clarifies provisions where distilleries may be located in this state without holding a referendum; allows any licensed distillery to obtain special retail permit to sell distillery’s own products on the licensed premises. – Amends TCA Title 57, Chapter 3, Part 2 and Title 57, Chapter 2, Part 1. Filed for intro. 1/24/2013
HB0088 by Lundberg Law Enforcement – As introduced, removes the requirement that the juvenile court approve the use of minors in law enforcement efforts. – Amends TCA Title 39, Chapter 15, Part 4 and Title 39, Chapter 17, Part 15. Filed for intro. 1/24/2013

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