Proposed Bill Would Make It Legal For Utahns To Have Wine Shipped To Their Homes
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A newly-sponsored bill could make it legal to have wine shipped to your door in Utah.
House Bill 157 is being sponsored by Rep. Michael McKell of Spanish Fork. The legislation would make it legal for Utahns to order wine through online wine of the month services, as long as they are shipped first to the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
The bill sets ground rules that would make it possible for the wine to be picked up at any liquor store the person chooses. For a fee, the wine could also be shipped to a person’s home, but only after the person’s age has been verified.
The bill will be one of many discussed when the 2020 legislative session kicks off Jan. 27.
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