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    Posts from the Utah Category

    Is the Marketplace Fairness Act Fair for Wineries?

    By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

    In short, yes, for a couple of reasons: 1. Wineries already pay sales tax in most states 2. The vast majority of wineries will likely be exempt from the law So what is it, exactly? Senate Bill S. 743, more commonly known as the “Marketplace Fairness Act“, is a pretty simple bill that would give [...]

    May 7th, 2013

    Utah Allows Shipment of Wine? Well, Not Exactly

    By Jane Hwang - ShipCompliant Research Team

    In one of the most regulated and restricted states in the US, residents may now special-order alcohol online. The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC) announced that Utah residents may use an online Special Order Form to purchase alcohol that is otherwise unavailable in the State’s liquor stores. The alcohol would then be shipped [...]

    December 18th, 2008

    The Poster Prohibited State Slackens Slightly

    By Sarah Fine - ShipCompliant Research Team

    Last Friday, Wine and Spirits Daily reported that Utah’s grip on liquor has let up, at least a little bit. The recent rule change applies only to Utah brewers and distilleries but this could potentially be good news for everyone in the alcohol industry. The new ruling allows Utah residents to purchase onsite orders from [...]

    August 8th, 2008

    A call to action in Maryland

    By Jeff Carroll - VP of Compliance, ShipCompliant

    Maryland is currently one of six states, including Utah, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Pennsylvania, where all direct shipping is prohibited for both offsite and onsite sales. In fact, shipping wine into Maryland today can result in a felony. But, that could all change soon. House Bill 1260 and its companion, Senate Bill 616, would establish [...]

    February 16th, 2008