Last month, an SBAC-backed proposal passed the State Senate with unanimous, bi-partisan support. SB2436, filed by Senator Chris Nybo, seeks to change an antiquated state law that currently prohibits restaurants and other establishments from serving alcohol within 100 ft. of a church, school, hospital or military station, without passing a law for an individual exemption. SB2436 would localize control of this issue and remove an obstacle for economic development in areas across the state.
SBAC President & Founder, Elliot Richardson recently wrote an op-ed in Crain’s to highlight the importance of passing this legislation in 2018. Click here to read the full article.