Moss Legislation Supporting Spirits Industry Clears Senate

LANSING – Sen. Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) issued the following statement after the Senate passed his legislation today aimed at helping the spirits industry thrive in Michigan and continue to be competitive throughout the country:

“I’ve served as the top-ranking Democrat on both the House and Senate Regulatory Reform Committees, where we take up bills to regulate alcohol in Michigan in a way that protects consumers, provides a path for people to get into the industry, and sets up a framework for small businesses to thrive. Spirits provide about $450 million annually in revenue to the state, and these three bills will help Michiganders in this growing industry promote their products in a responsible way at regulated festivals and tasting events throughout the state.”

The legislation sponsored by Sen. Moss and passed by the Senate would:

The bills were sent on to the House for further consideration.

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