DC Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration

DC Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration The Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) is an independent District of Columbia government regulatory agency created by DC Law 13-298, the Title 25, DC Code Enactment and Related Amendments Act of 2001, effective May 3, 2001.
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ABRA Director Fred Moosally sat down with Linda Greeneto talk about the medical cannabis industry, regulations, guidance...
12/16/2020
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ABRA Director Fred Moosally sat down with Linda Greene
to talk about the medical cannabis industry, regulations, guidance and more!

Check out The Cannabis Conversation Podcast - Today at 2:30 pm on DC Radio: http://listen.streamon.fm/whurhd4

DC Radio

Just published—Last Call Sept/Oct 2019 issue. Get the latest on sports wagering guidance, proposed rulemaking, approachi...
12/03/2020
ABRA's Last Call Newsletter: November/December 2020 Edition

Just published—Last Call Sept/Oct 2019 issue. Get the latest on sports wagering guidance, proposed rulemaking, approaching deadlines, moratorium update, sidewalk cafe/summer garden endorsements, and more.

On Tuesday, November 24, the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board adopted emergency rulemaking incorporating two Phase Two modifications included in Mayor’s Order 2020-119 and revised the alcohol carry-out and delivery hours.

When around friends and family outside of your household, wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean ...
12/01/2020

When around friends and family outside of your household, wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean less risk of spreading or getting COVID-19!

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
12/01/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.
11/30/2020

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
11/28/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Visit a publ...
11/27/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Visit a public testing site:
coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stres...
11/27/2020

Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stress, please talk to a mental health clinician. Call 1-888-793-4357. We are here for you.

When around friends and family outside of your household, wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean ...
11/26/2020

When around friends and family outside of your household, wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean less risk of spreading or getting COVID-19!

As cases increase nationwide, protect your family: limit exposure to other people, require all guests in your home to we...
11/25/2020

As cases increase nationwide, protect your family: limit exposure to other people, require all guests in your home to wear a mask, and practice good hygiene. We created signs for you to print for your home: bit.ly/dcsignage

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
11/21/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.
11/19/2020

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
11/18/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
11/06/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.
11/05/2020

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
11/04/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:☎️ Call: 1-888-349-8323💻...
11/04/2020
Get Help | coronavirus

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:
☎️ Call: 1-888-349-8323
💻 Online: coronavirus.dc.gov/gethelp

Mayor Muriel Bowser launched the District’s COVID-19 needs hotline and web portal to streamline the ability for residents to access a variety of critical resources. Residents who have been directed to self-quarantine by a medical provider can call 1-888-349-8323 or visit gethelp.dc.gov to have foo...

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through y...
11/03/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Go to a public testing site:
coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stres...
11/02/2020

Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stress, please talk to a mental health clinician. Call 1-888-793-4357. We are here for you.

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov
11/01/2020

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

When around people outside of your household, you should wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean l...
10/30/2020

When around people outside of your household, you should wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean less risk of spreading or getting COVID-19!

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:☎️ Call: 1-888-349-8323💻...
10/22/2020

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:
☎️ Call: 1-888-349-8323
💻 Online: coronavirus.dc.gov/gethelp

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
10/21/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.
10/21/2020
Housing Resources | coronavirus

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

Rent Resources and Information Residents cannot be evicted for the duration of the public health emergency plus sixty days; nor can they be charged late fees for the duration of the public health emergency. Renters are encouraged, to the best of their ability, to stay current on rent. Rent increases...

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
10/20/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through y...
10/19/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Go to a public testing site:
coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across...
10/19/2020

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across the District. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov/food

10/14/2020

Wash your hands. Wear a mask. Social distance. Do your part DC.

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:☎️ Call: 1-888-349-8323💻...
10/13/2020

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:
☎️ Call: 1-888-349-8323
💻 Online: coronavirus.dc.gov/gethelp

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
10/13/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across...
10/13/2020

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across the District. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov/food

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
10/12/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.
10/12/2020

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

Today is World Mental Health Day. Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you ne...
10/10/2020

Today is World Mental Health Day. Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stress, please talk to a mental health clinician. Call 1-888-793-4357. We are here for you.

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Wednesday 08:30 - 16:00
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Friday 08:30 - 16:00

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