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Old 05-03-2012, 04:48 PM   #401
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I think they were sending it to a more appropriate comittee, but I am not sure.

I checked the voting records of the comittee members and it looks as if it should be viewed favorably...

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Old 05-03-2012, 04:54 PM   #402
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What an odd legislative process when a bill that passes can then be sent back to comittee. Not sure I've seen that anywhere before. Not exactly sure what it means for the state of the bill either, though I imagine it can't be very good.
It passed the House, now it is going to a committee in the Senate. It is the normal process.
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Sweet. I may have to brew up something big to celebrate. I'll hold off, for now. Forgive me if I'm skeptical of politicians. But, things really are looking good. Kudos to all the local guys that have put so much time & effort into this. I'm sure you have better things to do. Like homebrewing.

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Old 05-03-2012, 05:21 PM   #404
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It passed the House, now it is going to a committee in the Senate. It is the normal process.
Yup. It has to go through committee if it has a chance of seeing the floor. Being sent to a different committee is way better than being sat tot he side and allowed to dry up and die.

I find myself holding out hope, these days.
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Fingers crossed and hope is high here in Huntsville.

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Fingers crossed and hope is high here in Huntsville.
If you have not done so already - email your Senator!
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JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Sanford, Chairperson; Blackwell, Vice Chairperson; Beason, Coleman, Fielding, Irons, Reed, Scofield, Williams.

Email the comittee member and ask them to support the bill.

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JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Sanford, Chairperson; Blackwell, Vice Chairperson; Beason, Coleman, Fielding, Irons, Reed, Scofield, Williams.

Email the comittee member and ask them to support the bill.
Who is the sponsor in the senate?
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Wow, that audio clip from 2011 was actually mind blowing for me. Didn't sound like State Representative's, sounded like rural small town city councilmen at a revival. And the Rep talking about the moonshiner in his district, too funny (probably contributed to his campaign) I am keeping my fingers crossed for you Alabama home brewers, my heart really goes out to you, and hopefully the Senate is a bit more in this Century.

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