Liquor bill fizzles in House

State retains control over license issuance

Bartender Christopher Poggi pours a cocktail at Zou 75 in Hailey, one of the few restaurants in the Wood River Valley that is allowed to sell hard alcohol. The Idaho House of Representatives killed a bill that would have allowed cities and counties to regulate liquor licenses sales to restaurants and lodging establishments. Photo by David N. Seelig

Friday, April 17, 2009

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