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State Alcohol Board Considers Public Input on Laws



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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Think Utah's liquor laws are a bit quirky or hard to understand? Well you might soon get a chance to tell state regulators just what you think.

At least one Alcoholic Beverage Control commissioner says the state needs to hear the public's view of liquor laws.

Bobbie Bicknell Coray says she hears lots of complaints about the regulations. She says the state should assess whether the laws are on target, or simply silly.

The former CEO of the Cache Chamber of Commerce, Coray is one of three commissioners appointed to the commission by Gov. Jon Huntsman in May. Huntsman has called for more relaxed laws.

The commission will decide whether to hold public hearings next month.

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Information from: The Deseret Morning News

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