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El Gobernador Wolf firma el proyecto de ley Cócteles para llevar

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first_img May 21, 2020 Bill Signing,  Español,  Press Release El Gobernador Tom Wolf firmó hoy el Proyecto de Ley 327 de la Cámara de Representantes, ahora Ley 21 de 2020, que permite la venta temporal de cócteles para llevar en bares, restaurantes u hoteles con licencia para la venta de bebidas alcohólicas. La ley entra en vigencia de inmediato.“Esta nueva norma de carácter temporal genera más ventas para los bares y restaurantes en un momento en que las necesitan, ayuda a satisfacer la demanda de los clientes y apoya el distanciamiento social”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “A medida que nos acercamos al fin de semana festivo, recomiendo a todos los residentes de Pennsylvania que recuerden beber con responsabilidad”.La ley corresponde a bares, restaurantes y hoteles que han perdido el 25% de las ventas totales mensuales promedio durante la emergencia por la COVID-19. Las bebidas deben venderse en recipientes con una tapa segura en cantidades que varían desde 4 oz. a 64 oz. antes de las 11 p.m. Se exige un sello adicional en la abertura para sorbetes en las tapas. En el plazo de 60 días, los bares y restaurantes deben usar un dispositivo de escaneo de transacciones para verificar la edad del consumidor si la persona parece ser menor de 35 años.“Nuestros restaurantes locales están trabajando arduamente para alimentar a nuestras comunidades durante este momento difícil”, dijo el Representante Perry Warren. “La Ley 21 agiliza el proceso para que los residentes decidan si permiten la venta de alcohol en un municipio ‘seco’ y permite que los restaurantes sumen otro producto para que sus clientes recojan y lleven desde la acera durante esta crisis. Agradezco al Gobernador Wolf y a mis colegas de ambos partidos por apoyar este proyecto de ley”.La norma de carácter temporal expira luego de que finalice la emergencia por desastre a causa de la COVID-19 y cuando una empresa alcance el 60% de su capacidad.Se aplica la ley de envases abiertos de Pennsylvania.Ver información adicional de la Junta de Control de Bebidas Alcohólicas de Pennsylvania.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img El Gobernador Wolf firma el proyecto de ley Cócteles para llevarlast_img read more

ICC withdraws two-tier Test proposal

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first_imgPublished on September 07, 2016 0 The International Cricket Council today withdrew its contentious proposal of having a ‘Two-Tier’ Test system following “vehement opposition” from world’s richest cricketing body BCCI with the support of Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.“The two-tier Test system proposal, which was supposed to come up for discussion during the two-day Chief Executives Committee (CEC) meeting in Dubai has been taken off the table keeping in mind the objections raised by four members. The ICC will now look afresh at the whole aspect,” a source in the ICC told PTI today.BCCI President Anurag Thakur, who has been a vocal critic of this move terming it a detrimental and retrograde step for the financially weaker nations, welcomed the move.“I am thankful to the members of the ICC who understood our viewpoint and agreed to take this proposal off the table.As one of the key stakeholders in world cricket, BCCI would continue to have an inclusive approach and ensure that everyone’s interest and the growth of cricket isn’t compromised,” Thakur, who was at the forefront of the anti-Two-Tier format, told PTI.The Indian Board president said the growth and popularity of the game won’t suffer because of the existing format.“We want to grow the game and take it to new pastures and will not allow any step which can shrink the popularity and development of the game,” said Thakur.It was learnt that BCCI CEO Rahul Johri thanked the ICC for understanding their point of view.“BCCI CEO Rahul Johri thanked ICC for understanding the sentiment of all the boards opposing the two—tier system and also ensured its fullest co-operation in the interest of the game to popularise Test cricket worldwide,” a source in the know of things told PTI today.Any structural change to be passed by the ICC needs a clear 2/3rd majority and it would have been difficult to pass this proposal as it required 7 out of 10 votes.Even the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) would have joined hands with BCCI to stop the move even though they have traditionally sided with the English and Australian boards.The BCCI recently played four Tests in West Indies as a part of the Caribbean team’s aborted 2014 tour of India.“Contrary to reports that West Indies were in support of two-Tier system, it was exactly the opposite. West Indies were never in favour of a two-tier Test system. Yes, they are in favour of four-day format for Tests and all for day-night but they never supported bifurcation into two division,” a source informed.The ICC CEO Dave Richardson in a press statement from Dubai accepted that a lot of deliberation is still needed on the subject. test-cricket BCCI and three other members raise objections to the proposal COMMENTS cricket COMMENT test-cricket × SHARE SHARE SHARE EMAILlast_img read more