TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) A Kansas bill introduced Wednesday would allow a county’s voters to decide if their grocery stores can sell liquor, wine and spirits; and convenience stores to sell full-strength beer. 110 more words
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — City Council has been tossing around an ordinance to lower restrictions for people who serve alcohol in Kansas City, Missouri.
Regulations were put in place for public safety reasons in order to keep customer’s private information like credit cards and I.D.’s away from felons. 188 more words
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In Kansas City, if someone has a violent past they can’t get a liquor permit but restaurants and bars believe the permit isn’t needed and want it dropped. 330 more words
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SALT LAKE CITY — A new bill unveiled in the Utah State Legislature could lead to the dismantling of so-called “Zion Curtains” in restaurants.
On Monday, Rep. 141 more words
PENTICTON – New changes announced today by the Federal Government will allow people to buy beer and spirits in provinces where they don’t live and bring them home for personal use. 379 more words