Alcoholic Beverage Control

Alcoholic Beverage Control may refer to

  • State monopoly or regulation of alcohol beverages in alcoholic beverage control states
  • California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
  • North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission
  • Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control

Other articles related to "alcoholic beverage control, control":

Delaware Division Of Alcohol And Tobacco Enforcement - Agency History
... In 1955, Delaware created the Delaware Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission ... the regulation of Title 4 of the Delaware Code (Delaware Liquor Control Act) and a system of administrative rules ... early enforcement bureau was known as the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control or “ABC” and was responsible for the enforcement of Title 4 of the Delaware Code and the Administrative Rules of the ...
Mike Wooten (trooper) - Other Responses To The Dismissal of Public Safety Commissioner Walter Monegan
... the position of executive director of the Alcoholic Beverage Control board and, unfortunately, he turned it down ... take on the state’s drinking problem, as the director of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board." Palin characterized the job offered to Monegan as "commensurate in ... would be offered the leadership of the Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Stapleton said that without having to deal with a budget, Monegan would be able to focus on alcohol abuse issues ...
Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control Division
... The Alcoholic Beverage Control Division is an Arkansas state government agency ... The duties of the Alcoholic Beverage Control - Administration Division are to receive applications for and issue, refuse to issue, suspend or revoke permits to manufacture ... They also promulgate and adopt rules and regulations necessary to comply with alcoholic beverage control laws of the State, and in addition, conduct hearings for the purpose of ...

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