Utah's liquor laws discourage business, restaurateurs say

07/20/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Utah relaxed its liquor laws in 2009, but the rules are still a confusing mix of restrictions that discourage new businesses from opening in the state, restaurateurs say. The laws allow restaurants with the proper license to serve drinks but requires them to keep liquor and bartenders out of sight.

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