Montgomery County Delegation
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Bill Information  
MC 817–08

Montgomery County – Department of Liquor Control – Sale of Items at
Dispensaries and Retail Outlets

Sponsor Delegate Jim Gilchrist
Synopsis

For the purpose of authorizing certain retail dispensary stores and retail outlets in Montgomery 
County to sell certain items commonly associated with the serving or consumption of alcoholic 
beverages, but prohibiting the sale of certain other items; and generally relating to the sale in 
Montgomery County of items associated with alcoholic beverages.

Bill Text Read Bill in PDF Format  
House Bill Number HB 827
Bill History  
Local Action House: Public Hearing - Thursday, December 13, 2007  - 7:00 p.m. 3rd Floor Hearing Room - 
Stella Werner Council Office Building in Rockville.  Online sign up to testify 
   12/14/07 - Assigned to the County Affairs Committee
   01/17/08 - County Affairs Committee - Work Session   AGENDA
   01/24/08 - County Affairs Committee - Work Session/Voting Session - AGENDA - FAVORABLE
   01/25/08 - Montgomery County Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - FAVORABLE
                  
Bill moves to Montgomery County Senate Delegation
 
Local Action Senate:  01/31/08 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Work/Voting Session - AGENDA - FAVORABLE
   
House Action:  02/06/08 - First Reading Economic Matters Committee
   02/18/08 - Hearing - Economic Matters Committee 1:00 p.m.
   03/03/08 - Favorable Report by Economic Matters
   03/04/08 - Favorable Report Adopted 
                 Second Reading Passed 
   03/06/08 - Third Reading Passed (135-0)
   03/30/08 - Returned Passed
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Senate Action:  03/07/08 - First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
   03/28/08 - Hearing 1:00 p.m. - Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
   04/02/08 - Favorable Report by Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
   03/31/08 - Favorable Report Adopted
                 Second Reading Passed
   04/01/08 - Third Reading Passed (47-0)
   
Action After Passage:  04/08/08 - Approved by the Governor
               - Chapter 92