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ADF&G’s Friday News Dump: Susitna River King Salmon Restrictions

When a government agency sends out a press release on Friday afternoon it’s because they don’t want it to get much coverage. It’s call the Friday news dump. 127 more words

Susitna

Craft Brewers Need to Watch This Texas Dispute Over Getting Money From Wholesalers For Selling Distribution Rights - State Files Opening Brief in Appeal of Challenge to Texas Brewer’s Ability to Sell Their Distribution Rights for Payment

It used to be that brewers signed with wholesalers and gave up their self-distribution rights and didn’t get any money for them.  Then some enterprising brewers realized that wholesalers sue each other and brewers for the value of those rights so the rights must have value.   2,350 more words

Beer

Craft Brewers Need to Watch This Texas Dispute Over Getting Money From Wholesalers For Selling Distribution Rights - State Files Opening Brief in Appeal of Challenge to Texas Brewer’s Ability to Sell Their Distribution Rights for Payment

It used to be that brewers signed with wholesalers and gave up their self-distribution rights and didn’t get any money for them.  Then some enterprising brewers realized that wholesalers sue each other and brewers for the value of those rights so the rights must have value.   2,350 more words

Beer

Fishing Time Increased on Wasilla Area Creeks

In what appears to be a win for Wasilla and Big Lake area families and working people, ADF&G announced Thursday that it increased fishing time on the lower sections of Fish, Cottonwood, and Wasilla Creeks that are open to sport fishing for salmon. 90 more words

Fish Politics

Rethinking Canadian "Drone" Laws

Since the announcement of much tougher recreational drone/model aircraft regulations by the Minister of Transport in mid March, there have been numerous debates on the direction and impact of the new laws.   1,369 more words

Commercial

Lawsuit Challenges Wisconsin’s Unconstitutional Ban On Foreign Butters That Don’t Submit to the State’s Arbitrary Grading Process

Protectionist statutes meant to insulate dominant state industries by restricting or banning sales of foods and beverages that compete with local products aren’t just inane, they’re unconstitutional.   413 more words

Regulations