ESPN’s NFL Insider Mark Titus talks about how the SEC is moving to make moonshine available to its teams, which is great news for all parties involved.
Titus has been very critical of the SEC for its inability to enforce its moonshining policies and policies regarding moonshiner contracts.
The SEC announced last week that it is moving away from enforcing its moonshares and moonshiners’ licenses in the state.
The SEC says the changes were made to comply with a court ruling that said the league is not a party to the lawsuit.
The new rules allow for a “limited-time” moonstone license.
However, this is a license that expires at the end of the year, and will not expire until after a new moonstone contract is signed.
In other words, if you purchase a moonstone and you are unable to sign a new one, you will be able to purchase a new license for that moonstone in 2021.
The full statement from the SEC reads:In a statement, the SEC said it “has made several changes to the SEC licensing process in the last few years to increase the transparency and efficiency of its licensing process.”
The statement says it will now provide a “public, downloadable database of licensees” by state, allowing fans to “see exactly how much moonstone each licensee is allowed to possess and sell, as well as the licensees’ current license and renewal dates.”
The SEC also announced that it will soon be publishing a “market data dashboard” for moonstone sellers and moonshavers.
The dashboard will include information about the current moonstone market and the price of each license.
The league also said it is “actively looking to add more information about moonstone, including information about licensed producers and the location of moonstone mines, as we understand more about the market and market structure.”