Enrolled House Bill (H)
Authored by: Rep. Thomas Dermody
Co-Authors: Rep. Philip GiaQuinta, Rep. Sean Eberhart
Sponsors: Sen. Carlin Yoder, Sen. Brandt Hershman, Sen. James Banks
  • Rep. Thomas Dermody
    Rep. Thomas Dermody

    Author

  • Rep. Philip GiaQuinta
    Rep. Philip GiaQuinta

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Sean Eberhart
    Rep. Sean Eberhart

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Carlin Yoder
    Sen. Carlin Yoder

    Sponsor

  • Sen. Brandt Hershman
    Sen. Brandt Hershman

    Sponsor

  • Sen. James Banks
    Sen. James Banks

    Sponsor

  • Sen. Timothy Skinner
    Sen. Timothy Skinner

    Co-Sponsor

  • Sen. Lonnie Randolph
    Sen. Lonnie Randolph

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. Thomas Dermody
    Rep. Thomas Dermody

    Conferee

  • Rep. Philip GiaQuinta
    Rep. Philip GiaQuinta

    Conferee

  • Sen. Carlin Yoder
    Sen. Carlin Yoder

    Conferee

  • Sen. Lonnie Randolph
    Sen. Lonnie Randolph

    Conferee

  • Rep. Eric Allan Koch
    Rep. Eric Allan Koch

    Advisor

  • Rep. Mark Messmer
    Rep. Mark Messmer

    Advisor

  • Rep. Terri Jo Austin
    Rep. Terri Jo Austin

    Advisor

  • Sen. Ron Alting
    Sen. Ron Alting

    Advisor

  • Sen. James Arnold
    Sen. James Arnold

    Advisor

DIGEST

Alcohol and tobacco matters. Allows the department of natural resources to permit, in the terms of a lease or contract concerning state owned land under the management and control of the department, the retail sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the licensed premises of an inn if the lessee or concessionaire applies for and secures the necessary permits. (Current law allows only for a lease or contract that concerns federally owned land under the control and management of the department.) Allows the holder of an artisan distiller's permit that also holds a microbrewery permit to hold a retailer permit for a restaurant. Makes ... a change to the requirement that qualifies a retail tobacco store or cigar specialty store to allow smoking on the premises to provide that the store may not sell food or beverages in a manner that requires consumption on the premises. (Current law provides that the store may not sell food or beverages for consumption on the premises.) Provides that the requirement to post a sign concerning no smoking within eight feet of a public entrance does not apply to a public place or place of employment in which smoking is allowed. Makes a correction.