An assistant manager arranges the alcohol at a State liquor store in Salt Lake City, Utah, Thursday, May 27, 2010.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
Deseret News coverage from the 2014 legislative session will track bills affecting Utah's liquor laws as part of our effort to focus on issues that matter to Utah families.
Bill SB261 proposes to stiffen the penalties for restaurants caught serving alcohol to minors. A first offense would result in a minimum mandatory $2,500 fine, a... Read more »
A state lawmaker who wants to tear down the so-called "Zion curtain" in Utah restaurants says there's nothing to show that separating the pouring of alcoholic drinks... Read more »
Restaurants that serve alcohol would not have to wait for a state liquor license to become available in order to open more locations under a bill the Senate approved... Read more »
During her 10 years as a Utah state trooper, Lisa Steed built a reputation as an officer with a knack for nabbing drunken motorists in a state with a long tradition of... Read more »
With so many big issues, so little time, and so many politicos — all concentrated in such a small area — a legislative session is always a boiling cauldron... Read more »
The new year has started out cold, murky and depressing. And that's just on the political front. As political forecasters, we predict the haze isn't going away any... Read more »
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