MO Trade Practice Bill Before the Governor

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Before the Governor for action, Senate Bill 126, among multiple provisions, would add the definition of “nonrefrigeration dispensing accessories” (which includes beer and gas hoses, faucets, taps, and other accessories necessary to preserve and serve intoxicating liquor that are not self-refrigerating) and allow a wholesaler or brewer to install non-refrigeration dispensing accessories at a retail business establishment to properly preserve and serve draught beer or premixed distilled spirit beverages. Additionally, a distiller, wholesaler, winemaker, or brewer may furnish, give, or sell cleaning and sanitation services to a retailer to preserve product integrity of distilled spirits, wine, or malt beverages. The bill also provides that the replacement of similar permanent point-of-sale advertising materials that are damaged and non-functioning shall not apply toward the annual allowed maximum of $500 and the definitions of “equipment and supplies”, “temporary point-of-sale advertising materials”, “permanent point-of-sale advertising materials”, and “product display” are modified.

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