Alcoholic beverage control; creates a new limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. (HB2220)

Introduced By

Del. Steve Landes (R-Weyers Cave)

Progress

Introduced
Passed Committee
Passed House
Passed Senate
Signed by Governor
Became Law

Description

Alcoholic beverage control; limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. Creates a new limited mixed beverage license for retail cigar shops. The bill sets out the privileges of this new license, including a requirement that at least 60 percent of the licensee's annual gross revenue be from the sale of premium tobacco products. The bill also defines cigar shop and sets out the state and local license taxes for this license. Amends § 4.1-100, § 4.1-210, § 4.1-231, § 4.1-233, of the Code of Virginia. Read the Bill »

Outcome

Bill Has Failed

History

  • 01/11/2017 Committee
  • 01/11/2017 Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/11/17 17102489D
  • 01/11/2017 Referred to Committee on General Laws
  • 01/16/2017 Assigned GL sub: Subcommittee #3
  • 01/31/2017 Impact statement from DPB (HB2220)
  • 01/31/2017 Subcommittee recommends reporting with amendment (6-Y 1-N)
  • 02/02/2017 Reported from General Laws with amendment (17-Y 3-N) (see vote tally)
  • 02/02/2017 Reported from General Laws with amendments (17-Y 3-N) (see vote tally)
  • 02/04/2017 Read first time
  • 02/06/2017 Read second time
  • 02/06/2017 Committee amendments agreed to
  • 02/06/2017 Engrossed by House as amended HB2220E
  • 02/06/2017 Printed as engrossed 17102489D-E
  • 02/07/2017 Read third time and passed House (84-Y 11-N 1-A)
  • 02/07/2017 VOTE: PASSAGE (84-Y 11-N 1-A) (see vote tally)
  • 02/08/2017 Constitutional reading dispensed
  • 02/08/2017 Referred to Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services
  • 02/10/2017 Failed to report (defeated) in Rehabilitation and Social Services (7-Y 8-N) (see vote tally)
  • 02/17/2017 Reconsidered by Rehabilitation and Social Services
  • 02/17/2017 Reported from Rehabilitation and Social Services with amendments (7-Y 6-N) (see vote tally)
  • 02/20/2017 Constitutional reading dispensed (40-Y 0-N) (see vote tally)
  • 02/21/2017 Read third time
  • 02/21/2017 Reading of amendments waived
  • 02/21/2017 Committee amendments agreed to
  • 02/21/2017 Defeated by Senate (10-Y 30-N) (see vote tally)
  • 02/21/2017 Reconsideration of defeated action agreed to by Senate (40-Y 0-N) (see vote tally)
  • 02/21/2017 Passed by for the day
  • 02/22/2017 Read third time
  • 02/22/2017 Passed by for the day
  • 02/25/2017 Failed to pass in House
  • 02/25/2017 No further action taken
  • 02/25/2017 Failed to pass in Senate

Video

This bill was discussed on the floor of the General Assembly. Below is all of the video that we have of that discussion, 1 clip in all, totaling 5 minutes.

Transcript

This is a transcript of the video clips in which this bill is discussed.



Del. Bill Howell (R-Fredericksburg): HAVE ALL THE SENATORS VOTED? DO ANY SENATORS DESIRE TO CHANGE THEIR VOTE? THE CLERK WILL CLOSE THE ROLL.

[Unknown]: AYES 21, NOS 19. AYES 21, NOS 19. THE BILL PASSES. HOUSE BILL 1731, BILL RELATING TO THE PERIODIC REVIEW OF EXEMPTIONS FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS ACT BY THE JOINT COMMISSION ON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES. REPORTED FROM THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE WITH AMENDMENT. THE SENATOR FROM AUGUSTA COUNTY, SENATOR HANGER.

Sen. Emmett Hanger (R-Mount Solon): THANK YOU, MR. PRESIDENT. I MOVE THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT BE AGREED TO.

[Unknown]: THE QUESTION IS SHALL THE COMMITTEE AMENDMENT BE AGREED TO. ALL IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WILL SAY AYE. THOSE OPPOSED, NO. THE AYES HAVE IT. THE AMENDMENT IS AGREED TO. THE SENATOR FROM AUGUSTA.

Sen. Emmett Hanger (R-Mount Solon): MR. PRESIDENT, I WOULD MOVE THAT THE BILL PASS AND SPEAKING TO THAT.

[Unknown]: THE SENATOR HAS THE FLOOR. THANK YOU, MR. PRESIDENT. THIS BILL SETS UP A PERIODIC REVIEW OF EXEMPTIONS FROM THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS ACT. THE SENATE AMENDMENT CONTAINS FINANCIAL CONTINGENCY CLAUSE RELATIVE TO WHETHER OR NOT IT WOULD BE FUNDED IN THE BUDGET. I HOPE THE BILL WILL PASS. THANK YOU, MR. PRESIDENT.

Del. Bill Howell (R-Fredericksburg): THANK YOU, SENATOR. THE QUESTION IS SHALL HOUSE BILL 1731 PASS. ALL IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WILL RECORD THEIR VOTES AYE, THOSE OPPOSED NO. ARE THE SENATORS READY TO VOTE? HAVE ALL THE SENATORS VOTED? DO ANY SENATORS DESIRE TO CHANGE THEIR VOTE? THE CLERK WILL CLOSE THE ROLL.

[Unknown]: AYES 40, NOS 0. AYES 40, NOS 0. THE BILL PASSES. HOUSE BILL 1919, A BILL RELATING TO ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES, CAP ON CIVIL PENALTIES. REPORTED FROM THE COMMITTEE ON REHABILITATION AND SOCIAL SERVICES. THE SENATOR FROM SPOTSYLVANIA, SENATOR REEVES.

Sen. Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania): THANK YOU, MR. CHAIRMAN -- OR MR. PRESIDENT. ASK THE BILL PASS, SPEAKING TO THE BILL.

[Unknown]: THE SENATOR HAS THE FLOOR.

Sen. Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania): LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF THE BODY, THIS IS THE SAME BILL THAT MY SEAT MATE CARRIED EARLIER THAT ALIGNED THE CAP TO APPLY IN SENIOR CARE FACILITIES WITH A YEARLY INSPECTION TO EVERY TWO YEARS SO IT'S MORE CONSISTENT WITH THE REQUIRED INSPECTIONS AND I ASK THE BILL PASS.

Del. Bill Howell (R-Fredericksburg): THANK YOU, SENATOR. THE QUESTION IS SHALL HOUSE BILL 1919 ALL IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WILL RECORD THEIR VOTES AYE, THOSE OPPOSED NO. ARE THE SENATORS READY TO VOTE? HAVE ALL THE SENATORS VOTED? DO ANY SENATORS DESIRE TO CHANGE THEIR VOTE? THE CLERK WILL CLOSE THE ROLL.

[Unknown]: AYES 40, NOS 0. AYES 40, NOS 0. THE BILL PASSES. HOUSE BILL 1939, A BILL RELATING TO HUNTING APPAREL, BLAZE PINK. REPORTED FROM THE COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE, CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES. MMM MMM MMM. I GUESS YOU HAVE IT. SENATOR FROM STAFFORD, YOU'RE THANK YOU, MR. PRESIDENT. UP. MR. PRESIDENT, I'D MOVE THE BILL PASS AND SPEAKING TO THAT. THE SENATOR HAS THE FLOOR. MR. PRESIDENT, THIS JUST AUTHORIZES SOME ALTERNATIVE FASHIONS WHEN YOU'RE DEER HUNTING. WE'RE REQUIRE TO WEAR BLAZE ORANGE NOW, BUT THOSE THAT PREFER CAN WEAR BLAZE PINK, LIKE THE SENATOR FROM ARLINGTON WHO AS BEAUTIFUL PINK OUTFIT TODAY. WITH THAT, MR. PRESIDENT, I'D MOVE THE BILL PASS. THANK YOU, SENATOR. THE SENATOR FROM GRAYSON COUNTY, SENATOR CARRICO.

Sen. Bill Carrico (R-Grayson): OH BOY.

[Unknown]: WOULD THE GENTLEMAN --

Sen. Bill Carrico (R-Grayson): WOULD THE SENATOR FROM STAFFORD YIELD.

[Unknown]: I DON'T REALLY WANT TO, BUT I GUESS I WILL. HE YIELDS, SENATOR. SO COULD THE GENTLEMAN ANSWER IF I WORE BLAZE PINK -- [ LAUGHTER ] -- AND I'M HAVING A HARD TIME GETTING PAST THAT VISUALIZATION, MR. PRESIDENT AND DOE SCENT AT THE SAME TIME, WOULD I BE HUNTING OVER BAIT DURING BUCK SEASON? THE SENATOR FROM STAFFORD. NO. THANK THE GENTLEMAN. THANK YOU, SENATOR. THE SENATOR FROM LYNCHBURG, MR. PEAKE.

Sen. Mark Peake (R-Lynchburg): MR. PRESIDENT, SPEAKING TO THE BILL.

[Unknown]: THE SENATOR HAS THE FLOOR.

Sen. Mark Peake (R-Lynchburg): JUST BY WAY OF EXPLANATION, I HAVE NO OBJECTION OR PROBLEMS WITH THE COLOR PINK OR BLAZE PINK AND PINK CERTAINLY LOOKS GOOD MOST DAYS ON THE SENATE MAJORITY LEADER, BUT I HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT FROM ONE OF MY CONSTITUENTS, THAT THERE ARE A NUMBER OF GENTLEMEN WHO ARE COLOR BLIND AND ACTUALLY HUNTERS DO NOT SEE PINK, AND SO I HAVE A CONSTITUENT WHO IS CONCERNED WITH THAT. MY OBJECTION IS ON HIS BEHALF, THAT COLOR BLIND MALES DO NOT SEE PINK, BUT OTHERWISE HAVE NO OBJECTION TO THE BILL.

Del. Bill Howell (R-Fredericksburg): THANK YOU, SENATOR. THE QUESTION IS SHALL HB 1939 PASS. ALL IN FAVOR OF THE MOTION WILL OPPOSED NO. RECORD THEIR VOTES AYE, THOSE

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