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Guns yes, booze no

Published February 28, 2013 1:01 am
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Re "Utah moves to legalize concealed guns without permit" (Tribune, Feb. 21):

So, let me get this straight: While in a restaurant, a patron here in Utah is not allowed to see their alcoholic beverage being prepared, forcing bartenders to prepare drinks behind curtains. Seeing alcohol may offend some patrons or their minor children.

Yet, our fearless leaders on Utah's Capitol Hill have no problem with people displaying their firearms?

Michelle Shuttleworth

Salt Lake City




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