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Bleier, T.
Branstad, T.E.
Brooks, H.
Brown, S.
Burton, J.
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Caperton, G.
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Carnahan, M.
Collins, M.
Connolly, G.
Cravey, B.
Crowley, M.
Dame, E.
Darlington, D.
Dillenberg, J.
Edgar, J.
Elwell, A.
Engler, J.
Fishman, L.
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Guaneli, D.J.
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Kushner, J.
Leavell, R.
Lindsey, R.
Lipsher, J.
Lorang, R.
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Mayback, B.R. III
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Zwick, J.
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Legislative Activity: Recent: Upcoming Activity: Alabarna-35 Alaska-32 Arizona-17 ,Mersas-65 Califomia--45 Cobrado-29 Connec~cut--30 & 31 Delaware--43 Fbrida-23 1996 PM Supported AAA Bills 8 States Enacted Legislation (CT, DE, GA, KS, KY, RI, SC, VA) 1 Governor Vetoed Legislation (IN) 12 States Defeated AAA Legislation (AL, AZ, CO, FL, HI, ID, MN, MO, NE, OH, Wl, WV) 2 States with Pending Bills 3 States in Session 41 States have Adjourned Index: State (Alphabetically)-Page # * Indicates slates with pending legislation Georgia--4 Maine-18 & 19 Nevada--61 Hawaii-24 - 26 Maryland-15 New ~ire--44 Idaho-12 Massachusetts-47 New Jersey-50 Illinois--46 * Michigan--48 & 49 New ~2 Indiana-lO M bnesofa-13 & 14 New York-51 & 52 Iowa-22 Mississ~pi--27 North Carolina-42 Kansas--28 Missouri-34 North Dakota-62 Kentucky-16 Montana-59 & 60 0hio-53 Louisiana--41 Nebraska-20 ~ & 39 Oregon-63 * Penn,.~lvania-54 - 56 Rhode Island-36 & 37 South Carolina-40 South Dakota-9 Tennessee-,.'~ Texas--64 Utah--3 Vermont--21 Virginia--6 & 7 Washington-5 West Virginia--8 wrr=~xmsin--57 & 58 VV~11 LOE#OE~90Z '
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State (By Adjourn. Date) New Mexico policy bills) Enforcement Information Request letter from PMsentto: Dir. of Alcohol & ~g P.O. B~25101 Santa Fe, NM 87504 2nd letter sent to Woodward 2T29 Legislative Status Adjourned 1/16-2/15/96 No aclMty this year because of budget Proposed 1996 Legislation Current Law License- Tax & Revenue Dept. - Onetime registration (Sec. 7-1-12 &7- 12-9) No provision Sale to Minors-Misdemeanor. Rnes ~ to $1,000 (HB 582, Ch. 244) Purchase by minors prohibited-up to $100 or 48 hrs Minimum Age = 18 No provision Warning Sign Required (HB 582, Ch. 244) Unannounced Inspections - Alcohol &Garning Div of Dept of Reg. & Vending-Restricted to areas not accessble to minors (HB 582, Ch. 244) No provision Local law must be consistent with State law, (HB 582, Ch. 244) Requires manufacturer's sealed package with federal warning. (HB 582, Ch. 244) AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation • Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of age • Post signs • Reporting • Vending • Line of sight • Other 2 £0£~r0£Zg0Z ' ,, As of November 19, 1996 -- 3:30 pm
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State (By Adjourn. Date) Utah Enforcement Information Request letter from PMsentto: State Tax ~ner 210 Nolth 1950 West Salt Lske City, UT ResponseN11: From Oveso~ Ir~o rnustcorne from ~ cities, contact UT League of. Cites & Towns for info on cities. Legislative Status Adjoumed 1/15-2/28/96 td:acco. Proposed 1996 Legislation Current Law Ucense- Tax Commission (Sec. 59-14- 201 (1); 59-14-202(1)(2)(3); 59-14- 2O3) No provision Sale to Minors -Class C - Class A ~ (Sec 76-10.104 & Sec. 76- 10-105); Purchase by minors prohioited- Minimum Age = 19 No provision No provision Unannounced inspections--Local law erfoceme~ rnay use rrk~rs. (Sec. 77- 39-1Ol) Vending-Restricted to areas not available to minors. (Sec. 76-10- lO5.1(1)(2)(3)) No provision Localities may supersede state-- Sec. 10-8-47 AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation • Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of age • Post signs • Reporting • Vending • Line of sight • Other &O~tz0NZg0Z , As of November 19, 1996-- 3:30 prn
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State (By Adjourn. Date) Georgia ** Enforcement Information Request letter from PMsentto: [::~pt. of R~enue 270 Washington St. S. Room410 Atlanta, GA 30334 Captain Lany Miller, Dept of Pubic Safety. Numberof arrests by police dept provided. Does not receive addresses or copies of citations. Legislative Status Proposed 199,6 Legislation Adjourned Bill enacted 1/8-3/1819,6 Retailers ~ to icense revocation. B & Wand STC ~ line of sight H1365 1/96-H1365 referred to subcmte of House Agrbukre Crnte. 2/6--Subcrnte reported bill to full cmte. 2/8-Full cmte hrg held. 2/13--Cmte reported to floor with 2/29-House passed by 91-4 vote. 3/5-Referred to Senate Judiciary 3/13--Cmte reported bill to floor. 3/14-Senate passed v~hout arnendmer~ by 40-0 vote, sendng bill to 4/2-Governor signed bill. • Requires proof of age if sel~er betev~,~dnaser rnay be ~cler l& • Affirmative defense. Current Law License-Commissioner of Revenue. (SB 222, Ch. 12, "ritle 16, S.ec. 48-11-4) No provision Sale to Minors-Misdemeanor not to exceed$1,0OOorjaJ] 1 yr. (SB 222, Ch. 12, "l-r{le 16. Sec. 16-12-170,16-12-171, 16- 12-172.) Purchase by minors proht:)ited- Minimum Age = 18 No provision Warning Sign Required (SB 222. Ch 12, Title 16, Sec. 16-12-172 & 16-12-173) Unannounced Inspections--Dept of Public Safety w/local police (SB222, 1993; "l'tle 16, Sec 16-12-175) Vending--Must be registered and located h places inaccessi~to minors.(SB 222, Ch. 12, Ttle 16, Sec. 16-12-173) No provision AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation • Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of age • Post signs • Reporting • Vending • Line of sight 4 0I/~t'08~90~ "' . As of November 19, 1996 -- 3:30 pm
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State (By Adjourn. Date) Washington Enforcement Information Request letter from PMsentto: vacant) 1Q25W. Urion P.O. Box 4,3076 Olympia, WA 985O4- 3076 Resl::~,se 5t3:. From Understad Uquor Control Board is boking into request. ALA would like to know what bene~s w~ be withheld. 7/31: Reoeivi-Kj dala on cited stores. Legislative Status Proposed 199,6 Legislation Adjourned 1/8-3/7/96 Current Law Ucense- Dept. of Revenue Retail $93/ann; Vndg $93 + $30/ann. (HB 2071; Ch 321, Sec. 7; Code 19.91.130, 82.2451 O, & 2.24.530) May suspend/revoke for 5 yrs for sale to minors (HB 2071; Sec 26.28.080(4), 82.24.510, & 822.4.530) Sale to Minors--S100 - $1,50,0 fine and suspensbn/revoca~ of license. (HB 2071; Sec 6.28.080(4), 82.24.510, & 82.24.530) Purchase by minors prohbited-infractbn. Minimum Age = 18 Proof of Age Required --If there is a question of age, retailer, sampler, or agent, shall require proof of age. (HB 2071; Sec26.28.080(4), 82.24.510, & 82.24.530) Warning Sign Required (HB 2071) Unannounced Inspections-- Liquor Control Board w/lecal health and law enforcement (HB 2071) Vending -- Restricted to places where minors are prohbited/no less than 10 It from entrance/exit. (Sec 70.155.030) No provision Local sales and promotional restrictions must conform to state law (HB 2071, 1993) Requires original, unopened package. (Sec 70.155.040) AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation • Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of age • Post signs • Reporting • Vending • Line of sight • Other ~ ~ ~o8z9o,~ , As of November 19, 1996 -- 3:30 pm
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State (By Adjourn. Date) Virginia ** Enforcement Information Request letter from PMsentto: R NedGraham Director Tobecoo Use & Cort~ DMsbn Dept of Health P.O. Box 2448, Rocxn245 ~,VA 23218- 2448 ~1f2: Not respons~le for erforcement, but does comfad survey to determine rates of non- add~ional direc~on. Follow-up letter sent to Graham 2/29 Legislative Status Proposed 1996 Legislation Adjourned 1/10-3/11/96 Bills enacted H1416 1/10/96--H 1416 referred to House Courts of Justice. 2/10-Cmte reported to floor. ?J14-Amended on House floor to 18. House passe, goesto Senate Courls of Juslice Crnte. 2/21-Senate Crate reported with 2/23--Senate passed 32-6, retums to Housefor mrcttmnce. 2/28-House concurred; goes to Govermr. 4/1- Governor signed bill. H1231 1/10/96--H1231 referred to House Courts of Justice. 2/11--Cmte reported to floor. 2/14--House amended to include Senate Courts of Justice. 2/21-Senate Crnte reported with 2/23--Senate passed 30-0, returns to 2/28-House concurred; goes to Govat~. 4/1 -Governor signed bill. • Requires proof of age if ~ appearstobe~:ierLZl- 18. (H1416) • Enforcement by Dept. of Agriculture & ~Services. ~I-{1231) • Requ'~ rnachbes to b~ withh Ihe of sight of employee or require tokens. (1-11231) Current Law No provision No provision Sale to Minors--up to $50 for 1st dfense, up to $100 for 2nd, up to $250 for subsequent. (H2595; Ch. 305; Sec. 182- 3712.) Purchase by minors prohi:~'ted~ to $50 for 1st offense, $100 for Minimum Age = 18 No provision Warning Sign Required--Separate signs for retail and vending (Sec. 18.2- 371.2(A)) No provision No provision No provision Requires manufacturer's sealed ~ ackage with federal warning. hapter 675, HB 2595, 1995) AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation • Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of Age • Post Signs • Reporting • Vending • Line of Sight • Other As of November 19, 1996 -- 3:30 pm
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State (By Adjourn. Date) Virginia cont'd: Legislative Status Proposed 1996 Legislation Current Law Bill carries over to 1997. &7 carries overto 1997.is wee $1278 1/22/96-Introduced. 3/11--Died at adjournment;, canies over to 1997. • Uniformity--sale, distribution, display, use, adverl~sing, prornot~. No provision No provision Sale to Minors--up to $50 for 1st offense, upto $100 for 2nd, up to $250 for subsequent. (H2595; Ch. 305; Sec. 18,?.- 3712) Purchase by mhors prohibited-up to $50 for 1st offense, $100 for Minimum Age = 18 No provision Warning Sign Required--Separate sigr~ for ret~l and vending (Sec. 182- 371.2(A)) No provision No provision No provision Requires manufacturer's sealed ~apte ackage with federal warning. r 675, HB 2595, 1995) AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation • Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of Age • Post Signs • Reporting • Vending • Line of Sight • Other As of November 19, 1996 -- 3:30 pra
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State (By Adjourn. Date) West Virginia Enforcement Information Request letter from PMsentto: Gove,'~ Oap~ol Building Charleston, WV 25305 Response 3#5: From~~L Kirk, Superintendent, St~qte Police. State law prohibits the release of this kind of information investigated. Legislative Status Proposed 1996 Legislation Adjourned Bills died 1/10-3/9/96 H4631 2/16/96-Introduction, referred to House JLdicia~ Crrte. $448 2/19/96--Introduced, referred to Sena~ ~ & HuTan Resouces and Senate J~ Crntes. 3/9--Both bills died receiving no action. Crrtes heard Healh Dept. bills on youlh from Alcoholic Beverage Oontrol • Suspends icense for up to 30 days for 3 or more violatioP~ within 2 years. • Sanctions-S100 for 1st, $250for 2rid, $500 for subsequent in 2 years Pu~0 or 25 hrs cornm, serv. for 1st, $50 &50 hrs comm. sew. for subh 1yr. • Employee training & affadavit. • Requires proof of age if reason to beleve pumi'eser ruder 18. Affim~tive defense prov'~led. • Warning sign to be posted. device or restricts to inaccesst)le to rrix~ • Une of sight provision. • Uniformity-sale, distribution, display, advedising, promotion, use. • Require rnanufacturefs original packaging. Prohbitssampling wilhin 500 ft school& Current Law No provision No provision Sales to Minors--S10 - $300; (Sec 16-9 A-2 & 16-9 A-3) Possession by minors prohibited-S5 Minimum Age = 18 No provision No provision Unannounced Inspections - Division of Public Safety/Local law enforcement (SB 4o8) No provision No provision AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation • Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of Age • Post Signs • Reporting • Vending • Line of Sight • Other As of November 19, 1996 -- 3:30 pna
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State (By Adjourn. Date) South Dakota Enforcement Information Request letter from PMsentto: TheHmor-J~ MarkW. Barnett Attorney General 5O0 East Cal~ol Pierre, SD 57501 2nd letter sent to Barnett 2/29 Legislative Status Adjourned 1/9-3/11/9'6 1995 Proposed 1996 Legislation Current Law No provision No provision Sale to Minors-Class 2 Misdemeanor;, (SB189; Sec. 26-10-23 & 26-1 0-24) prohbited-same Minimum Age = 18 Affirmative Defense--Provides for defense if a retailer relied upon proof of age, (SB189; Sec. 26-10-23 & 26-10-24) No provision Unannounced Inspections-- Attorney General h conjundion with local law enforcement or St~qtes Attorney (SB189) Vending--Restricted to places where rnix den have access. (SB189) No provision State governs all matters regarding tobacco (H 1297) Requires manufacturer's original package with federal warning. (SB 189, 1994) Requires packs of cigarettes to be sold to contain 20 or 25 cigarettes. (Sec10-50-2) Single Stick--Must be in odginal !Vlan. package (SB189) AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation • Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of Age • Post Signs • Reporting • Vending • Line of Sight • Other gI 9 As of November 19, 1996-- 3:30 pm
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State (By Adjourn. Date) Indiana Enforcement Information Request letter from PM sentto: Che~ Sulivan SecrFar &So Sewices Admin, 402 VVe Wa h j , P.O. Box 7083 7O83 Rest:onse 1/12 From Sulva~ Regires written info. request to Rich Allen, Dirof External ServicesAdrnin. Info w~l be available I rnr~ alter end of federal fiscal year, not determined if data requested is needed for Legislative Status Adjourned 1/8-3/13/96 Governor vetoed stating opposition to ~ and weakager~for enforcement. Designated Dept of Health to develop plan to meet SAMHSA. S106 (Companion, H1221) 1/8-S106 referred to Senate Agri. & 1/22--Senate Crnte reported S106 with arnendrnent (7-1). Requires original, manufactures pacleghg. 1/31-Senate passed bill (29-21). 2/6-House Commerce Cmte reported to floor (7-2). 2/13--House passed by 64-34 vote, retum~ to Senate for concurrence. 2/19-Senate refused to concur by vote of 31-16, referred to conference crnte. 3/6--Conference Crate report issued, bill amended (~ed by3. 3/7-Senate passed crate report by 26- 23; House passed by 55-40. Goesto Governor for action. 3/19--Governor vetoed bill. Proposed 1996 Legislation of Mental Health. Prohbits use of • Uniformity-sale, distrtoution, display. * Amenclnent to exerq0t trar'~iert * Prohibit tobacco only stores and tobacco billboards within 200 feet of Current Law No provision No provision Sale to Minom -- Class C Infraction up to $500 fine (PL125; 122; 209; sec. 35- 46-1 O, 35-46-1-10.5, 34-4-32-4C) Minimum Age = 18 Affirmative defense if clerk believes purchas~is 18 Warning Sign Required- Retail & Vending (Sec. 35-46-1-1 lc, 35-46-1-1 ld &e) No provision Vending--restricted to where minors don~ have access (Sec. 35-46-14 la, 35- 46-1-1 lb, 35-46-1-11.5a, 35-46-1-11.5c) No provision AAA Legislative Objectives • License • Revocation Enforcement • Minimum Age • Proof of Age • Post Signs • Reporting • Vending Line of Sight Other 10 , 91;8tr087-,90Z As of November 19, 1996 -- 3:30 prn

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