Petition to Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher
Stop the 4 a.m. Bar Bill in California!
Senator Wiener (D- San Francisco) introduced SB 384 for special interest groups seeking to extend drinking hours in California from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. The California Assembly Appropriations Committee will soon vote on the dangerous 4 a.m. bar bill (SB 384). The Chair of that committee - Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher - needs to hear from you that: State and local governments are already over-burdened by $14.5 billion in annual alcohol-related harm costs 40 years of peer-reviewed evidence shows that increasing alcohol sales by two or more hours will increase vehicle crash injuries, emergency room admissions, and alcohol-related assault and injury The California Department of Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC), with just one agent per 1,000 licenses, has no capacity to regulate late night bars SB 384 will only profit late night entertainment business owners and the alcohol industry while endangering many lives and deteriorating the quality of life Between now and September 1, 2017, please pick up your phone and call the offices of Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher in Sacramento at (916) 319-2080. Tell the Assembly Member's staff that you are joining with the California Alcohol Policy Alliance, MADD, and many other organizations representing thousands of individuals across the state in respectfully asking her to STOP SB 384 when it comes before the Appropriations Committee. California cannot afford the physical, emotional, or financial costs for more alcohol-related violence, emergency room admissions, injuries, alcohol-impaired driving, and motor vehicle crashes.
Petition to Gavin Hattersley, Vicky Cookson, Kevin Doyle, Kelly Grebe, David Kroll, Pete Marino, Fernando Palacios, Greg Tierney, Scott Whitley
Bring back Coors Light: Citrus Radler
Recreational Beer Drinkers and Weekend Aficionados throughout the United States are in peril because Coors Light: Citrus Radler is no longer produced. Bringing the Citrus Radlers back to the shelves permanently would be the ultimate solution for this issue. Personally, I would drink Coors Light: Citrus Radler year-round, if it were available.
Petition to Maui Dept of Liquor
Maui Dept of Liquor - No Expansion of Hostess Bars On Maui!
We the undersigned, as members and supporters of Maui County’s community, object to changes to Chapter 101 of the Department of Liquor Control’s Rules Governing The Manufacture And Sale Of Intoxicating Liquor, specifically the lifting of the previous cap of 12 hostess bars in the county to no cap. We the community of Maui believe men, women and children are of immeasurable value. We believe that expanding the hours of alcohol sales and expanding the potential for more hostess bars in our community create and even promote opportunities for harm to come to our neighbors and loved ones. We support: 1. A return to the previous cap2. No expansion of places of business which degrade the value of women for the sake of financial gain.
Petition to Town of Mount Airy
Keep Alcohol, Tobacco, and Fire Arms Businesses in Commercial Zones of Mt Airy, MD
The Town of Mount Airy will be making a decision on a proposed new ordinance (No. 2016-27) that will prohibit alcohol, tobacco, and fire arms businesses in residential zones within town limits. Read the proposed ordinance here: https://tinyurl.com/document2016-27 The zoning will continue to allow alcohol, tobacco, and fire arms businesses in the downtown zone, commercial, and industrial districts. For all of the residents that opposed 2016-18 in December, it is NOW time to SUPPORT 2016-27. If you are in SUPPORT of this PROPOSED ORDINANCE: 1) SIGN this petition 2) ATTEND Town Hall Meetings on the first Monday of every month at 7PM 3) EMAIL the Town Council and Mayor of Mount Airy: email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org Please SHARE this information with all Mount Airy Residents!