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|245720||Sale and Supply of Alcohol (Rugby World Cup 2015 Extended Trading Hours) Amendment Bill||Solved||Federal||Wellington, New Zealand||Wellington||Wellington||NZ||I do not believe that it is anything but churlish to deny New Zealanders the opportunity to watch the rugby in a pub or club, surrounded by their friends, So I ask why responsible New Zealand adults should not be able to enjoy watching the game amongst friends and families over breakfast perhaps, or coffee perhaps, or perhaps a pint in the fabulous clubs and pubs that our community is lucky to have.||The bill in its present form allows for licensed pubs and clubs to open outside normal licensing hours in certain circumstances. If a Rugby World Cup 2015 game or series of games begins within 2 hours of normal closing time, then that venue will be licensed automatically to stay open under its usual terms until 1 hour after the end of that game. If a game begins more than 2 hours after the usual closing time, then in that case the licensed venue can reopen—that is, serve alcohol—half an hour before kick-off and stay open until 1 hour after the game. However, there are several conditions. The primary purpose of that opening must be to watch the game. The venue must have at least one television, and it must have a system to ensure that watching the game is the primary purpose. It must display the details of its extensions prominently prior to the extension occurring. It must notify the district licensing authority and the police at least 1 week before the time of its opening.||0000-00-00 00:00:00||0000-00-00 00:00:00||davidseymour||2019-05-10 03:36:02||no||0||319635||Proj:245720||114||997343||999611,999612||2019-08-28 05:49:47||-41.2864603||No||174.776236||Yes||245720||no||Project banner 245720.jpg||0||0||0|
|31321||Save New Jersey Craft Brewery Events||Active||State||West Trenton, Ewing Township, NJ, USA||Ewing Township||Mercer County||NJ||US||To our great disappointment, the State of New Jersey has issued a Special Ruling that severely harms the way breweries may interact with their customers and communities in their tap rooms. This ruling will set New Jersey back in terms of beer culture and tourism, and disproportionately harms small and up and coming nano breweries.
As of today breweries will only be permitted to host 25 events annually to include: music, trivia, education, charity, community, fitness & wellness, religious, and animal welfare events. These 25 events will be subject to approval by the state. We must remove food menus from local restaurants. We can not show sporting events on TV. We will be limited in hosting private celebrations. These are just some of the draconian restrictions and red tape that will now be required of all New Jersey taprooms.
The hardest part of the ruling is knowing that this ultimately hurts our community, the local businesses and family owned restaurants, the musicians and artists, the charity and civic organizations we do our best to support, and the customers who we have come to know and become close to.
|We who sign here ask that the Special Ruling be withdrawn and that an open process with stakeholders including the five hundred sixty five municipalities located within New Jersey commence to replace the closed proceedings that led to the drafting and release of the Special Ruling on Monday, September 24, 2018.||0000-00-00 00:00:00||0000-00-00 00:00:00||independentbrewersnj||2018-10-04 06:37:47||no||0||316886||Proj:95745||114||1050||1102||2018-11-01 18:12:49||40.2640578||No||-74.8181929||Yes||423660||yes||Project banner 31321.jpg||0||0||0|
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