Delivery license reform took another step toward reality this week and is on its way to the Alabama House of Representatives.
The Alabama Senate on Thursday voted for a $25,000 threshold before a $100 delivery license is required. As it stands now, a $100 delivery license is required if a retailer delivers just $1 of merchandise.
Thank you for talking to your senator about this needed reform. The next step for SB316 is consideration by a House committee.
Call or email your representative NOW and ask them to vote for SB316.
If you need inspiration for talking with your representative, read more about the bill and watch the video below featuring three Alabama Retail members telling why they support this legislation.
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For more legislative news of relevance to retailers, read This Week in Retail News below.
THIS WEEK IN RETAIL NEWS
Gas tax dead through 2018 at least, speaker says (alabamaretail.org)
New governor cancels hearing on revived ‘Netflix’ rule (alabamaretail.org)
$10 child labor certificate fee increase heads to Senate (alabamaretail.org)
Senate OKs limited liability for restaurants that donate food (alabamaretail.org)
Senate approves pharmacy board requested revisions (alabamaretail.org)
Direct wine shipment bill set for public hearing (alabamaretail.org)
Alcohol roundup: Sunday sales, sidewalk sales and distilled spirits infusion (alabamaretail.org)
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