Dead Legislative Bills - Advertising and Alcopops 2010
 

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Dead Legislative Bills - Advertising and Alcopops 2010

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ADVERTISING

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 Louisiana
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 Mississippi
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Louisiana

House Bill 1344
Summary: Permits school districts to place advertising on school buses. Advertisements for alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
Sponsor(s): Representative Austin J. Badon, Jr. (D-New Orleans)
Mississippi

House Bill 1233
Summary:
Authorizes school districts to adopt policies allowing advertising on school buses. Policies must not permit alcohol advertising.
Sponsor(s): Representative John Mayo (D-Coahoma)
New Hampshire

Senate Bill 475
Summary: Modifies current advertising restrictions to prohibit the advertising or promotion of liquor or beverages by the use of billboards. Also the advertising or promotion of liquor or beverages shall not be inconsistent with the spirit of public health.
Sponsor(s): Senators Peter Bragdon (R-Milford) and Deborah Reynolds (D-Plymouth)


ALCOPOPS

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 Alabama

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California

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 Georgia
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 Kentucky
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Pennsylvania

Alabama

House Bill 638
Summary: Prohibits the sale of any beer or malt or brewed beverages containing caffeine or any other central nervous system stimulant.
Sponsor(s): Representative John Rogers, Jr. (D-Jefferson)

California

House Bill 1598
Summary: Prohibit the import, production, manufacture, distribution, or sale of caffeinated malt beverages.
Sponsor(s): Assembly Member Jim Beall (D-San Jose)

 

Georgia

House Bill 1269
Summary: Prohibits the sale or purchase of caffeinated alcoholic beverages. A “caffeinated alcoholic beverage” means a beverage containing caffeine and at least 0.5% alcohol by volume.
Sponsor(s): Representative Jay Shaw (D-Lakeland)

Kentucky

House Bill 167
Summary: In part, allows for certain manufacturers to allow for on-premises tastings of alcoholic beverages, however, specifically excludes offering or provision of caffeinated alcoholic beverages.
Sponsor(s):

Pennsylvania

Summary: Prohibits caffeinated or stimulant-enhanced malt beverages.
Sponsor(s): Representative Vanessa Brown (D-Philadelphia)

House Resolution 817
Summary: Urges the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to study the risks of consuming energy drinks and consuming high caffeine energy drinks together with alcohol. If the Board determines that consumption of these products causes harm in the Commonwealth, especially with regard to students and young adults, then it should evaluate the feasibility of limiting access of alcoholic energy drinks to underage drinkers.
Sponsor(s): Representative Daniel Deasy (D-Allegheny)