Tag Archives: Liquor

NH Senate rejects alcohol, drug treatment fund mandate

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Senate has rejected a bill that sought to mandate the state devote 5 percent of profits from liquor sales to alcohol and drug abuse prevention programs. While state law already specifies that 5 … Continue reading

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Vermont Wants To Crack Down On Bootleggers Bringing Cheaper Liquor From New Hampshire

Prohibition might have been repealed in 1933, but modern-day bootleggers are still sidestepping state liquor laws. Now Vermont officials want heavier penalties for people trafficking booze from neighboring New Hampshire. | Read More at Vermont Public Radio

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Alleged booze baron from Flushing busted for smuggling liquor from New Hampshire to New York

In all, police recovered 757 liters of liquor, equal to about 1,600 pints. The state Taxation Department estimated that Chen evaded at least $1,288 in New York state liquor taxes by doing his shopping out of state. | Read More … Continue reading

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Sen. Dan Innis Calls for Change to Beer Regulations

In the last two years, the number of breweries in the US has grown by nearly 50%. The popularity of local beer has been a boon to the New Hampshire economy. Still, some, including state senator Dan Innis, argue the Granite State’s liquor laws … Continue reading

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NH Liquor Commission’s ‘Ambitious’ Growth Plans

Can the NH Liquor Commission become a $1 billion business? That ambitious and publicly stated goal is driving NHLC Chairman Joseph Mollica and his team. According to state figures, total annual sales at the 79 statewide NH Liquor & Wine … Continue reading

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