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Liquor Laws

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  1. Utah is incorrectly thought of as a "dry" state, meaning that liquor is prohibited or difficult to find. While this may have made Utah unique in the past, liquor laws in Utah are not as archaic or antiquated any longer.

    Utah's most recent Governors have been making great strides to modernize Utah's liquor laws. For more information on visit

    Or for a history, visit the Wikipedia article on the topic: Posted by: simpleutahboi on Aug 13, 2012 (0) (0)
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