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Arlington Heights working to reform liquor laws – chicagotribune.com

“Arlington Heights is working to reform parts of its liquor laws, including by examining training requirements, creating BYOB regulations in restaurants and relaxing a decades-old policy so that convenience stores may sell alcohol.”

via Arlington Heights working to reform liquor laws, including BYOB registration and alcohol at convenience stores – chicagotribune.com.

One comment on “Arlington Heights working to reform liquor laws – chicagotribune.com

  1. Michelle @ Eat Move Balance
    August 14, 2013

    Interesting, right?! I’m off to read the article.

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