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Re: SCA Alcohol Policy

Poster: "Ed Hopkins" <Ed.Hopkins@MCI.Com>

>   So the alcohol policy boils down to this:
>        Branches in the USA may purchase and serve alcohol only when
>        a combination of government regulations and liabilty insurance
>        considerations would allow; i.e., not at all.
>        Branches outside of the USA may purchase and serve alcohol
>        strictly in accordance with their own government regulations,
>        without any regard to the liability insurance issue.
> In essence, yes.  "It is too dangerous (in terms of financial liability) to
> do without insurance, so since we can't get insurance, you can't do it on
> behalf of the Corporation".  Yeah.
> Oh "But you can do what you want with your booze and your bucks, because
> while it is dangerous to allow booze at all at our events, we do have
> insurance for THAT".

Don't forget "Out of all of the nations that the SCA operates
in or ever will operate in, only the United States both allows
alcohol AND makes it impossible for the SCA to have adequate
liability insurance to serve it."

-- Alfredo

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