Posts Categorized: State Legislation

What’s Behind New York’s Unprecedented Attack on Fine Wine Retailers?

“Improper Conduct” This vague and completely undefined concept is cited by the New York State Liquor Authority (NYSLA) as the reason it is attempting to revoke the license of a prominent New York wine retailer to¬† to do business in the state. Is the authority of the Chairman of NYSLA to revoke a license on… Read more »

Nebraska Bill Ending Retailer Shipping Stopped

The introduction of LB 230 in Nebraska was the first bill introduced in a few years that would have ended retailer-to-consumer wine shipping. The National Association of Wine Retailers played a key part in helping roll back the Legislation. Ostensibly LB 230 was introduced by Senator Russ Karpicek as a means of fixing language in… Read more »