ND “Diluted Beverages” Definition Bill Fails

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Failing on a floor vote after being given a “do not pass” recommendation in committee, House Bill 1303 sought to provide a new definition “diluted beverages” to mean alcoholic beverages prepared from the admixture of spirits or wine with water, dairy products, fruit juices, or vegetable juices, to which natural flavors, artificial flavors, sweetening agents, or food additives may be added to produce a beverage distinct from the spirits or wine. The term would not have included beverages containing twelve and one – half percent or more of alcohol by volume.

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