Category Archives: Regulations

National Archives Exhibit Highlights Nation’s Two Views on Alcohol

Who knew? There’s more to see at the National Archives in Washington than the original Declaration of Independence and the original U.S. Constitution. A terrific exhibit opening today — weather permitting — features a number of exhibits from the Archives’ … Continue reading

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Maryland Winery Wins OK to Serve Pints Anytime

Baying Hound Aleworks, Rockville, Md., has won approval for Montgomery County’s only Class D Beer Only License.  After a compliance inspection, sometime in the next three weeks the craft brewer will be able to serve pints of its beer in … Continue reading

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Bill to Delay Swipe Fee Reform Introduced

By Joel Whitaker Last year, Congress directed the Federal Reserve Board to set reasonable limits on what banks could charge retailers for processing debit card payments.  The Fed hasn’t finalized its proposed rule, but Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) yesterday introduced … Continue reading

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