Retail-related legislation saw movement this week as the Alabama Legislature nears the mid-point of the regular session.
Legislation that will reduce the cost for liquor liability insurance has been signed into law, bills to prosecute and punish retail thieves are expected to receive committee debate and the Alabama House voted to drop the prepayment requirement for sales taxes for more retailers.
The Alabama House will convene at 1 p.m. and the Alabama Senate at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 25th.
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THIS WEEK IN RETAIL NEWS
Governor signs liquor liability insurance (Dram Shop Act) reform into law (alabamaretail.org)
Alabama unemployment at record low 2.3% (aldailynews.com)
Governor signs economic development ‘game plan’ into law (governor.alabama.gov)
House sends bill allowing remote work for pharmacists to the governor (alabamaretail.org)
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