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Posts from the Pennsylvania Category

Flip-flop by Rendell gives hope to wineries

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

Earlier we noted that Pennsylvania Governor Rendell opposed direct wine shipments because they would increase the chance that minors receive alcohol. After taking a lot of heat for that “colossal lie”, Rendell changed his tune and is now saying that it’s all about state revenue. “The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which manages the state’s 640 [...]

February 22nd, 2006

Rendell opposes direct shipments

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

Pennsylvania Governor Rendell wants to “maintain the state system” where consumers that order out of state wine must pick them up at a state-controlled liquor store. In this system, consumers must pay an 18 % state tax, a 6% sales tax, and a $4.50 handling fee. The governor’s office claims that this is necessary to [...]

February 20th, 2006

“Vino Limbo” in Pennsylvania

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

Paul Nussbaum of the Philadelphia Inquirer gives good insight into the “wine-law chaos” in PA.

February 4th, 2006

"Vino Limbo" in Pennsylvania

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance ShipCompliant

Paul Nussbaum of the Philadelphia Inquirer gives good insight into the “wine-law chaos” in PA.

February 4th, 2006

Pennsylvania judge strikes down out-of-state wine sales law

By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

From law.com: “A federal judge has struck down a Pennsylvania law that prohibits out-of-state wineries from making direct sales to Pennsylvania consumers, hotels and restaurants after rejecting an argument that the law’s constitutional defect could be cured by extending the prohibition to in-state wineries.”

November 16th, 2005