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Old 02-08-2014, 11:52 PM   #1
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Default Kansas Relaxes brew laws!

http://www.wibw.com/home/headlines/Kansas-Lawmakers-Look-At-Helping-Home-Beer-Brewers-244534541.html
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Old 02-08-2014, 11:55 PM   #2
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WAY too many threads merged - one thread is enough.

If you would like it to be moved to a different subforum, just ask. Cross-posting clutters the site, scatters your information, and dilutes the topic.

Also, unless you have further information, no law has been passed. "The Kansas House is considering legislation..."

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Here's an update for this thread. The bill has passed both the House and the Senate and been passed on to Governor Brownback for signing. There doesn't appear to be anything other than a wait left. Once it's signed and published to the Kansas Register we'll be able to legally transport and share our libations!

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This thread is now appropriately named, as Governor Brownback has signed SubHB2223 into law!

https://governor.ks.gov/media-room/media-releases/2014/04/18/governor-sam-brownback-signs-19-bills-into-law-thursday

"Sub HB2223 – allows home brewers to have their beverages tasted or judged"

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Old 04-23-2014, 04:13 AM   #5
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This thread is now appropriately named, as Governor Brownback has signed SubHB2223 into law!

https://governor.ks.gov/media-room/media-releases/2014/04/18/governor-sam-brownback-signs-19-bills-into-law-thursday

"Sub HB2223 – allows home brewers to have their beverages tasted or judged"

Hey thanks for the update!
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