liquor Michigan Fines Liquor Distributor $3M Over Supply Shortages By David Eggert • Jul 8, 2020 Public Domain Michigan on Wednesday announced a $3 million fine against the state’s largest liquor distributor over delays in shipping booze to vendors. Michigan Legislature Votes To Ban Marijuana-Infused Beer By Associated Press • Oct 2, 2018 Legislation going to Gov. Rick Snyder for his expected signature would prohibit marijuana-infused alcoholic drinks in Michigan. House Wants Liquor Revenue To Fund Substance Abuse Treatment By Associated Press • Apr 24, 2018 WKAR File Photo The Michigan House wants to direct 4 percent of the Liquor Control Commission's revenue toward fighting substance abuse. Judge: State Agency May Drop Rule Limiting Alcohol Sellers By Associated Press • Apr 17, 2018 WKAR File Photo A judge says Michigan regulators are allowed to drop a longstanding rule that generally required a half-mile (0.8-kilometer) distance between liquor retailers. Legislature Loosens Liquor Restrictions for Veteran Clubs By Associated Press • Mar 20, 2018 File Photo / WKAR-MSU Michigan legislators say veterans affiliated with a private club or fraternal organization should be permitted to drink at whatever location they please. Grandmother Has Started Selling Her Cherry Vodka By Associated Press • Jul 3, 2017 Ronnie Macdonald / Flickr For decades, Hedy Steinbart has made cherry-infused vodka out of her Lansing home for family parties and holidays.