“I'm confused about this license that you have but you don't apply for that they can take away from you,” said Rep. Harry Ott, a farmer and House minority leader who voted against the bill. “I need someone to explain that to me.”
And, as is so often the case with poorly thought out policies, there is no money for enforcement.
“But we didn't put any money in the budget to let LLR hire the investigators to enforce the rules,” Ott said.
Harrisonacknowledges the rules may be difficult to enforce and says the department could request more money next fiscal year to conduct random audits of businesses to ensure the law is being followed.
Sounds like a winner.