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Michigan Liquor Control Commission Reminds Licensees about the Importance of Renewing Liquor Licenses on Time

(April 25, 2014) All liquor licenses expire on April 30 of each year and new licenses are to be displayed on the licensed premises by May 1 in order to continue to sell or serve alcoholic beverages and be in compliance with Section 501 of the Liquor Control Code and Rule 436.1107. The completed and signed original license renewal form and the required license fee should have been received by the MLCC before April 15 to ensure that the renewed license is received by May 1. If the license is not renewed on time, it will be terminated.

Senate Republican Proposes Minimum Wage Increase

Sen. Rick JONES (R-Grand Ledge) said today he plans to file a bill that will raise the state's $7.40 minimum wage to $8.15 an hour starting Dec. 1, but keep a lower wage for restaurant workers.

MLBA Announces Approval of TAM Online Alcohol Server Training

LANSING, MI – Today, the Michigan Licensed Beverage Association (MLBA) announces that Techniques of Alcohol Management (TAM)® – the nation’s premier alcohol server training program – has been approved by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) for online server training certification. TAM® online training can be taken at www.tamusa.org.

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Congressmen and Staffers Get a Taste of Michigan

Ever wonder what beer that tastes like coffee would be like?

Staffers and members of Congress found out Wednesday as they sampled Vanilla Java Porter from Atwater Brewery in Detroit at the 5th Annual Taste of Michigan.

Package of Alcohol-Related Bills Signed by Governor

LANSING, MI – Governor Rick Snyder signed into law a package of bills that creates great change for Michigan’s brewing and hospitality industries. Getting these bills through the legislature has been a long process, but it is a huge win for Michigan small business growth.

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