California State Senator Renews Call for 5-Cent Fee on Alcohol

Finestone, Deborah
December 2002
Bond Buyer;12/16/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31533, p40
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Reports on the bill introduced by a California law maker Gloria Romero to set up a special fund to collect five cents per serving of an alcoholic beverage from distributors. Opposition of the legislation by beer and wine associations; Reasons for the bill to pass through simple majority; Associations which are co-sponsoring the proposal.


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