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FMLC Seeks Small Business Provisions from Congress on Copyright Reform

April 30, 2015

For Immediate Release

Contact: Brittany Mackey

Communications Director

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FMLC Seeks Small Business Provisions from Congress on Copyright Reform

Directors explore policy options regarding transparency from PROs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Wednesday, members of the Fairness in Music Licensing Coalition (FMLC) met with Congressional policymakers on Capitol Hill to discuss the need for Copyright reform. The FMLC seeks policy changes that would make music fairness a part of any future federal Copyright reform.

FMLC directors sat down with Congressional stakeholders to discuss how small businesses are negatively impacted by the current music licensing regime. In particular, the meetings focused on how Performing Rights Organizations (PROs) operate without adequate transparency and their use of high-pressure tactics when collecting allegedly owed licensing fees.

Law enforcement, health advocates, businesses call on MI Legislature to ban powdered alcohol

April 28, 2015

LANSING – Law enforcement leaders, health care professionals and businesses Tuesday joined forces with legislators to support proposals banning powdered alcohol in Michigan and called on the entire state Legislature to act without delay.

April Message from Michigan Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen

Lucky For Life Popular Among Bar and Restaurant Patrons

For Michigan Lottery players across the state, playing Club Keno and pull tab games at their favorite establishment adds fun and excitement to a night out with friends. While Club Keno is a staple at many bars and restaurants throughout Michigan, Lottery players also are showing interest in purchasing other Lottery games at these retailers.

MLBA Legislative Update

The House Appropriations Subcommittees passed their budget recommendations with no liquor license fee increases and today the Senate Appropriations Subcommittees did the same. The recommendations will head to the full Appropriations Committee and we believe they will agree with the subcommittees. The initial proposal was to increase liquor license fees by 50%.

However, the fight for liquor license fee increases is not over. While it appears the full legislature is in support of not increasing liquor license fees, there is still work to be done to ensure it's not raised for our members.

If you haven’t already, let your legislator know that you are against the liquor license fee increase and that you fully support the MLBA efforts.

The MLBA will continue to lead the fight and keep you informed of our progress.

MLBA Press Release: MLBA Partners with Winemakers for Innovative Collaboration

April 1, 2015


For Immediate Release

Contact: Scott Ellis

Executive Director, Michigan Licensed Beverage Association



MLBA Partners with Winemakers for Innovative Collaboration

Northwest Michigan Wine Tasting Room Training Program Wins 2015 Governor’s Award.


LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Licensed Beverage Association (MLBA) and Techniques of Alcohol Management (TAM)® are proud to be a part of the Northwest Michigan Wine Tasting Room Training Program, which received the 2015 Governor’s Award for Innovative Tourism in the Education and Training category Mar. 23, 2015.

Could powdered alcohol be sold in Michigan?


By Emily Lawler

March 16, 2015

LANSING, MI -- The federal government recently approved the sale of a powdered alcohol product called Palcohol, but it's up to Michigan to decide if the product would be allowed here.

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