Utah House committee says yes, no and maybe to three liquor bills

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    Feb. 16, 2012 6:12 p.m.

    Mr. Longson, you don't have a perception problem, you have a real problem. To try to convince out of area restuarants to this theocracy seems to be an up hill battle. All potential businesses need to do is read the comments from Gayle and Paul to understand what is going to happen here. I do wish you the best of luck in your development efforts. Have you thought of ice cream shops?

  • lket Bluffdale, UT
    Feb. 15, 2012 1:22 p.m.

    if Gale Ruzicka says something it means she wants to control others morals and principles without any say so from anyone. if she had her way she would make you go to her church and have a state church and you would go or you would be jailed. there is no real fredom loving in her at all. eagle forum should be nazi forum. her way or the highway

  • tabuno Clearfield, UT
    Feb. 14, 2012 9:49 p.m.

    As Rep. Curt Oda, R-Clearfield, points out, people go to restaurants primarily to eat not to drink. The alochol is an enhancement to food as almost any food channel program will attest. The costs of food is so high already, going to a restaurant isn't exactly the most inconspicious place for drinkers and any establishment as a right to refuse a customer in Utah. I would imagine that in this conservative, Republican climate that less government intrustion into reputable local business decisions would be supported by the Utah Legislature.