KY General Assembly 2015 Regular Session Alcohol-Related Proposed Bills
- KY General Assembly 2015 Regular Session Alcohol Bills List (PDF) - updated 2015-03-25
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2015 ALCOHOL BILLS ENACTED INTO LAW
SB 133 (BR-855): AN ACT relating to driving under the influence. "Ignition Interlock Bill" - Senator McGarvey, Westerfield, Schroder
Replace the current hardship license system with an ignition interlock system for DUI convicted offenders
The final version does not require first time DUI offenders to have the Ignition Interlock devices installed unless there is an aggravating circumstance, such as excessive speed or drunk driving with a child in the car
Signed by the Governor. Passed the House 37-1. Passed the Senate 34-2.
HB 168 (BR-353): AN ACT relating to incompatible licenses. "3 Tier System" Bill - Rep. Stumbo, Meyer, Wuchner, Bell, Kay, Combs, Palumbo, Steele, Meredith, Tiley, St. Onge, Santoro, Flood, Brown, Westrom
This bill relates to protecting the Three Tier System of alcohol sales regulation
Prohibit a beer producer or out-of-state malt beverage licensee from also having a distributor's license and distributing their own products
Signed by the Governor. Passed by the House 67-31. Passed by the Senate 23-13.
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