Retail Report: Delivery license reform on House agenda

SB316, the Alabama Retail Association-backed delivery license reform legislation, is on the House of Representative’s calendar for Tuesday, May 16. It sets an annual threshold of $10,000 in deliveries before a $100 delivery license is required.

If you’ve talked with or written to your representative already, remind them to support SB316.

If you haven’t called or emailed your representative, now is the time to do so. Ask them to vote for SB316.

You can share these suggested talking points or share the Facebook video below with your representative.

Other Alabama Retail tracked bills on Tuesday’s House agenda concern a ban on the sale of adjustable focus over-the-counter eyewear and revisions to pharmacy operating practices.

Also left for the final four days of the 2017 regular session are the state’s education budget, which is in a conference committee and legislative redistricting. The state’s general operating budget is on the governor’s desk.

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