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House Bill 1299


House Bill 1299

ARCHIVE (2012)

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DIGEST OF HB 1299 (Updated January 30, 2012 11:14 am - DI 84)


Alcoholic beverage matters. Makes certain changes concerning the requirements for the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission) in maintaining the registry of all retailer's and dealer's permits. Removes and repeals certain provisions concerning residency requirements for alcoholic beverage retailer's and dealer's permits and liquor wholesaler's permits. Prohibits the commission from issuing any permit to foreign corporations, limited liability partnerships, or limited liability companies not qualified to do business in Indiana. (Current law prohibits the commission from issuing certain permits to foreign corporations, limited liability partnerships, or limited liability companies not qualified to do business in Indiana.) Allows the commission to issue an order directing a holder of an alcoholic beverage permit to cease and desist in: (1) the manufacturing, rectifying, distributing, transporting, or selling of; or (2) otherwise dealing in; an alcoholic beverage that the commission reasonably believes has a dangerously harmful effect on the health or well-being of individuals who consume the alcoholic beverage. Allows the permittee to: (1) request a hearing regarding the commission's determination that the alcoholic beverage is harmful; and (2) seek judicial review of the final action by the commission. Allows the commission to fine, suspend, or revoke the permit of a permittee who violates a cease and desist order issued under this provision. Makes conforming changes.
Current Status:
 In Committee - 2nd House
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