A legislative analysis of the bill has also been posted:
Some interesting highlights:
2g) Internet sales would be allowed for Class B licenses
4) Authorizes DPH to assess a maximum civil penalty of $1,000 per day against any person in violation of this bill.
Kids and pets are allowed in the home but not in the kitchen while orders are being processed
17)Prohibits a Class A CFO from being subject to initial or routine inspections by the LEHD and subjects a Class B CFO to no more than one annual inspection by the LEHD. (This contradicts the wording of the bill, so the inspection requirement for Class A may be removed)
Authorizes the HD to inspect the home if they have reason to believe there is a violation
The next big hurdle is appropriations, where they will figure out how to pay for all these new inspections. If Class A inspections are being removed that will help reduce the cost of implementing the bill quite a bit.
Also of note, there are two pages of organizations who have registered in support of this bill (including AFL-CIO and Whole Foods) and none registered in opposition.