Tobacco Compliance Results 6 Months Post Tobacco 21 Law
Second Class License
A Second Class License is for stores that sell beer, wine, or tobacco products.
After prohibition many states chose to resume the legal sale of alcohol through licensed private sellers. Eighteen states including Vermont and a few local jurisdictions opted for a different course – control. Control States are jurisdictions that directly control the distribution and sale of beverage alcohol within their borders.
The Vermont Division of Liquor Control (DLC) has contracted with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to conduct FDA-sponsored retail tobacco compliance inspections.
THE DIVISION OF LIQUOR CONTROL WILL NO LONGER POST ALCOHOL OR TOBACCO COMPLIANCES ON A MONTHLY BASIS. PLEASE SEE projectRABIT FOR REAL TIME DATA
Interactive dashboard to assist DLC to visualize, interpret, and drive decision making based on data sources with relationships to alcohol and tobacco use, criminal and civil violations, and compliance programs throughout Vermont.