Party Bus Operators Fight Back Against Liquor Bill

Posted on February 3, 2015
LINCOLN, Neb. — Party bus owners drove to Lincoln Monday to fight a bill that would force them to get liquor licenses, even though they don't sell booze.

Lincoln Journal-Star article here

Background article: Should Party Buses Be Regulated Like Bars?

Bill sponsor: Nebraska State Sen. Jeremy Nordquist

Related Topics: alcoholic beverages, legislation, Nebraska operators, party buses, state regulations

Comments ( 3 )
  • Ajay

     | about 4 years ago

    if you offer booze in the limo then you are in fact selling it if your client is paying for the limo. It's factored into the cost. In NYS, you can't provide liquor unless you have a liquor license. Customers are permitted to bring their own if and only if the vehicle can accommodate at least 8 people in the rear cabin.

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