There are a list of bills that the South Dakota Licensed Beverage Dealers and Gaming Association and our lobbyist are monitoring closely during this session relating to the industry that have been introduced as of February 4th, 2019, which are listed below:
HB 1062: exempt from alcoholic beverage regulations certain uses of alcohol by postsecondary institutions.
HB 1121: repeal certain provisions regarding health inspections of food service establishments.
HB 1158: revise provisions regarding off-sale delivery licenses for the delivery of alcoholic beverages.
HB 1192: authorize the consumption of alcohol in certain common areas.
HB 1208: establish certain provisions regarding inspections of food service and mobile food service establishments.
HB 1210: authorize the direct shipment of wine by wine clubs.
HB 1252: increase the state's percentage of video lottery revenues and provide for the deposit of certain excess revenues.
SB 28: repeal provisions regarding the amusement device tax and amusement device registration.
SB 48: authorize certain improvement districts to issue convention facility on-sale licenses to sell alcoholic beverages.
SB 53: revise certain rule-making authority regarding alcoholic beverage discounts.
SB 97: revise provisions regarding farm winery licensure.
SB 98: authorize licensed wine manufacturers to obtain additional licenses.
SB 106: authorize a county gross receipts tax.
SB 124: provide for the transportation of alcoholic beverages by retail licensees.
SB 130: create an on-sale surcharge license.
SB 135: modify the requirements for county or municipality disapproval of an off-sale license applicant to sell alcoholic beverages.
SB 138: revise certain provisions regarding microbreweries.
SJR 2: Proposing and submitting to the voters an amendment to the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, providing for wagering on sporting events.
We will continue to keep you posted on any new bills that come forward between now and the deadline for bills to be introduced for the 2019 session.
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