excel 2007 purchase cheap microsoft office home and student 2010 buy office 2013 macs price of ms office 2010 home & business cheap corel draw buy parallels desktop 5 purchase money 2005 cheapest windows 7 download adobe photoshop cs4 best price buy autocad civil 2010 best price coreldraw graphics suite x4 buy microsoft expression web 2 upgrade buying photoshop cs3 mac buy autodesk inventor professional 2011 where can i buy rosetta stone spanish
anime studio debut 7 best buy purchase photoshop cs2 download buying wordperfect x5 best buy microsoft office student buy indesign cs4 upgrade adobe photoshop purchase buy lightwave online buy fusion 2 cheap windows 7 full home premium buy dreamweaver mac cheap microsoft office for college students windows 7 starter oem price buy office 2008 download how much does paint shop pro cost discount autocad 2011

Washington opens for non-reciprocal states

Governor Chris Gregoire signed into law a bill that will allow all out of state wineries to ship to directly to Washington consumers. Previously, Washington had reciprocity arrangements with 13 states. The new regulations will make it more difficult for those 13 states because they will be required to obtain a direct shipping permit and pay taxes, but will also allow for shipments from non-reciprocal states.

On a similar front, Washington continues to revisit their laws surrounding shipping wine directly to retailers. The Costco case gets back into full swing this month. Costco is challenging the constitutionality of the Washington laws that require out-of-state wineries to go through distributors instead of shipping directly to retailers. This is a very important challenge to the three-tier system of wine shipping that states around the country are watching closely. Costco alleges that the laws create an unfair monopoly for distributors and artificially inflate wine and liquor prices.

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>