Legislator's Plans Tripped Up By Own Liquor Laws

Legislator's Plans Tripped Up By Own Liquor Laws

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(KSL News) -- Utah legislators want to serve cocktails at a national convention of lawmakers to dispel the notion that you can't drink in Utah, but their own laws are tripping them up.

For one, they're not sure whether alcohol can be served at the Capitol building for the opening social.

Taxing and tagging laws put a snag in a wine-tasting event. And a reception at a family theme park was nixed because the park lacks a liquor license.

It seems just one thing is certain, and all lawmakers agree, their visiting colleagues will want to drink.

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