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Yes, Mike's Hard Lemonade is really back in Utah grocery stores

SALT LAKE CITY — “Now available!” the sign proclaims.

Mike’s Hard Lemonade and Lime-A-Ritas have started appearing on grocery store shelves after an absence of several years. 275 more words

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Lawyer wants Snowbird's Oktoberfest liquor permit revoked

SALT LAKE CITY — The lawyer for a family in the midst of a lawsuit against Snowbird appeared before the state’s liquor control commission, asking it to revoke the alcohol permit for Oktoberfest. 411 more words

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LDS Church weighs in on liquor licenses in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s alcoholic beverage control authority has rejected a liquor license request because of opposition from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 422 more words

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Ballot Questions Filed To Change Colorado's Liquor Law

DENVER (AP) – A group that wants Colorado grocery stores to sell wine and full-strength beer submitted ballot proposals to ask voters next year to make it happen. 129 more words

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Report card nearly fails Sask. on liquor policy for restaurants and bars

REGINA – Even though the government has made 77 changes to its liquor laws in the past few years, a new report card barely gives Saskatchewan a passing grade on its liquor policies for restaurants and bars. 318 more words

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Changing liquor laws hurt local businesses

Matt Trovalli | Reporter

Kyvan Rasolkhani, owner of University Liquor, is a well of knowledge when it comes to Oklahoma liquor. Kyvan has faced many hurdles since his store opened in 2005, but a massive new change is coming that will really hurt his business – new liquor laws. 731 more words

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Lose the booze restrictions: Petition

REGINA — Expect to see a petition about booze pricing in an off-sale or restaurant near you.

As the provincial government continues examining liquor laws, the Saskatchewan Hotels and Hospitality Association, Restaurants Canada and the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) have banded together to make their voices heard. 328 more words

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