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House Bill 1585


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House Bill 1585

ARCHIVE (2001)

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DIGEST OF HB 1585 (Updated April 29, 2001 8:00 PM - DI 94)

Alcohol and tobacco. Changes the name of the alcoholic beverage commission to the alcohol and tobacco commission. Provides for resolving a tie vote of the commission. Establishes experience requirements for the superintendent of law enforcement officers. Allows a permittee to give notice of an application by placing a sign on the affected property in some circumstances. Allows the commission to accept payment by credit card, money order, or electronic transfer. Allows an Internet company to obtain a salesman's permit. Prohibits the issuance of an employee's permit to certain persons convicted of operating while intoxicated. Allows express hotels to sell alcoholic beverages. Allows hotels to set different prices for alcoholic beverages served in different restaurants in the same hotel complex. Revises the fee schedule for permits. Imposes interest, a late payment penalty, and the reasonable costs of collection on a person who fails to make a timely payment of a civil penalty payable to the youth tobacco education and enforcement fund. Makes it a Class C infraction for a person to purchase tobacco for a minor. Allows certain tobacco notices to have alternative language approved by the commission. Allows the alcohol and tobacco commission to provide alternative words for notices that are required to be posted on vending machines that sell tobacco. Makes changes regarding the advertisement of tobacco products on signs or billboards. Allows a facility that operates a track that is used primarily in the sport of auto racing to allow a person to enter its establishment with alcoholic beverages. Allows a person at least 19 years of age but less than 21 years of age who has completed a server training program to serve alcoholic beverages in a dining area or family room of a restaurant or hotel in the course of the person's employment as a waiter, waitress, or server while under the supervision of a person who is at least 21 years of age, is present at the restaurant or hotel, and has completed an approved server training program. Requires the alcohol and tobacco commission to adopt rules regarding the server training program. Adds a holder of a beer wholesaler's permit to those persons required to pay the excise tax on hard cider. Allows a premises to be located within 200 feet of a church or school if the commission determines that the church or school does not object. Provides that if the commission determines the church or school does not object, the commission's determination applies to any renewal of the permit for the premises. Allows the commission to issue a liquor retailer's permit to a social club in a municipality with a population of less than 5,000 without requiring the municipality to adopt an enabling ordinance. Makes other changes, technical corrections, and conforming amendments.
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