- District 20
Provides that a local health department, the health and hospital corporation, a county, a municipality, or a township may not adopt or enforce a law, rule, ordinance, or resolution that prohibits or regulates, including by requiring a license, permit, or fee, the sale of lemonade or other nonalcoholic beverages from a stand on private property or in a public park by an individual who is less than 18 years of age. Provides that the individual who operates the stand must comply with certain requirements. Provides that a stand is not considered a food establishment and does not require a certified food protection manager. Provides that the governing documents of a homeowners association may not prohibit or regulate, including by requiring a permit or fee, the sale of lemonade or other nonalcoholic beverages from a stand on property located in the subdivision by an individual who is less than 18 years of age. Provides that a homeowners association: (1) does not owe a duty of care to persons participating in a beverage sale; and (2) is not liable for any injury to persons participating in a beverage sale; except for willful or wanton acts or gross negligence of the homeowners association.
Referred to the Senate
Senate sponsor: Senator Bohacek
Third reading: passed; Roll Call 101: yeas 96, nays 0
Second reading: ordered engrossed
Representative Carbaugh added as coauthor
Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
Coauthored by Representative Lindauer
First reading: referred to Committee on Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development
Authored by Representative Pressel
|Bill Text Versions||Format|
|Introduced House Bill (H)|
|House Bill (H)|
|Fiscal Note: HB1077.02.COMH.FN001|
|Fiscal Note: HB1077.02.COMH.FN002|
|Fiscal Note: HB1077.02.COMH.FN003|
|Committee Amendment: HB1077.02.COMH.AMS04|
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