(KCPW News) Two competing bills attempting to normalize Utah's alcohol laws are moving forward in the Legislature. But after a committee meeting this morning, a third proposal enters the mix. KCPW's Elizabeth Ziegler has the story:
Valentine's bill passed out of committee unanimously this morning, but several lawmakers expressed concern with the proposal in its current form. However, they moved it forward to the Senate floor so it could be debated by the full body and amended, if necessary. In addition to changing where restaurants are allowed to prepare alcohol, Valentine's bill also changes the definition of public intoxication and creates a separate alcohol license for resorts.