MD HB1425 | 2017 | Regular Session


Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)
Status: Engrossed on March 14 2017 - 50% progression, died in committee
Action: 2017-03-15 - First Reading Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs
Pending: Senate Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Engrossed) [PDF]


Establishing a special event permit in Washington County; authorizing a holder of a Class 3 winery license or a Class 4 limited winery license in the county to sell beer, wine that is produced by the holder, and liquor for on-premises consumption at specified events; requiring the permit holder, before using the permit, to notify the Board of License Commissioners at least 1 week before an event is to occur; authorizing the license holder to use the permit no more than 60 times in a year; and providing an annual permit fee of $1,000.

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Washington County - Alcoholic Beverages - Wineries - Special Event Permits


Roll Calls

2017-03-11 - House - House Floor - Third Reading Passed (140-0) (Y: 140 N: 0 NV: 1 Abs: 0) [PASS]


2017-03-15SenateFirst Reading Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs
2017-03-14HouseThird Reading Passed (140-0)
2017-03-10HouseSecond Reading Passed with Amendments
2017-03-10HouseFavorable with Amendments {193990/1 Report Adopted
2017-03-09HouseFavorable with Amendments Report by Economic Matters
2017-02-20HouseHearing 2/20 at 1:00 p.m.
2017-02-10HouseFirst Reading Economic Matters


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