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Vancouver: Should consumers be allowed to drink alcohol on the streets?

One of the particularities that really caught my attention when I arrived in Vancouver was that here it is forbidden to drink any alcoholic beverage on the streets, beaches, parks, etc. 277 more words

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Ballot initiative could privatize liquor sales in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Fed up with his colleagues in the legislature, Sen. Jim Dabakis is threatening to use his political action committee to launch a ballot initiative to privatize liquor sales and do away with the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. 673 more words

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Proposed Change Would Allow Towns To Make Liquor License Decisions

BOSTON (CBS) – Lawmakers are considering a change to the way liquor licenses are distributed to businesses in Massachusetts.

Gov. Charlie Baker wants to allow cities and towns to determine the number of liquor licenses they give out instead of asking local officials to petition to state lawmakers. 53 more words

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Utah lawmakers visit liquor store to see DABC problems

SALT LAKE CITY — Members of the Utah State Legislature visited a state-run liquor store and the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s massive 14-story warehouse to get an up-close look at how the alcohol authority operates. 578 more words

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Paddock Wood encouraged by proposed changes to Saskatchewan’s alcohol laws

A Saskatchewan brewmaster is encouraged by proposed changes to the province’s alcohol laws.

On Monday, the province introduced the Liquor Retail Modernization Act.

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Judge sets trial date in Brewvies lawsuit over 'Deadpool' and Utah liquor law

SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge has scheduled a three-day trial next year in a movie theater’s lawsuit over “Deadpool” and Utah’s liquor laws. 150 more words

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Utah responds to 'Deadpool' lawsuit claiming authority to protect 'health, welfare and morals'

SALT LAKE CITY — In a response to a lawsuit filed by a movie theater facing revocation of its liquor license for showing “Deadpool,” the state of Utah declares it has “the authority to protect public health, welfare and morals of the community.” 387 more words

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