I've talked to him about this and just wanted to share his update.
After the House's approval of the legislation, it will head to the Senate for review. They can amend their version as they see fit and approve it. Should they do so and send it back to the House with any changes, a Conference Committee would then meet to resolve the differences between both versions - that committee is typically made up of 3 members each from the House and Senate. They then release their report to both the House and Senate for approval, and if everything passes at that time, ther bill can be finalized and enacted (i.e., become law). In other words, it still has a little ways to go and is now out of the House's hands - it is for the Senate to act now.thanks Victor for the update.
In terms of Winery Size, the changed it from 30,000 to 50,000 in the House bill during the debate, but the Senate could change that provision again when they debate the bill. As I described above, if such a change is made, a Conference Committee would likely get together.
Hope that helps - stay in touch.
Now, I'm off to contact my Senators...
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