NCSLA

AcronymDefinition
NCSLANational Conference of State Liquor Administrators
NCSLANorth Carolina Science Leadership Association (science education)
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Other panels offered during the NCSLA Conference included discussions on state restrictions on Internet wine sales, the new Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, and various ethical issues confronting the licensed beverage industry.
We congratulate this year's NCSLA Best Practices Award winners including Beam Global," said John Cordrey, president, National Conference of State Liquor Administrators.
We congratulate this year's NCSLA Best Practices Award winners," said John Cordrey, president, National Conference of State Liquor Administrators.
Founded June 19, 1934, in Chicago, Illinois, the purposes of NCSLA are to promote the enactment of the most effective and equitable types of state alcoholic beverage control laws; devise and promote the use of methods which provide the best enforcement of the particular alcoholic beverage control laws in each state; work for the adoption of uniform laws insofar they may be practicable; promote harmony with the federal government in its administration of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act; and strive for harmony in the administration of the alcoholic beverage control laws among the several states.
NCSLA is an organization that promotes the enactment of the most effective and equitable state alcoholic beverage control laws.
Thirty-six state attorneys general as well as the Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association, National Alcohol Beverage Control Association, National Conference of State Liquor Administrators (NABCA and NCSLA are the control state and license state regulators), and the National Beer Wholesalers Association joined Michigan in urging the court to hear the case.