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NEW BILL IN TRENTON WOULD MAKE IT EASIER FOR RESTAURANTS TO POUR BOOZE

A new bill that cleared an Assembly committee Monday will make it much easier for restaurants in New Jersey to offer alcoholic beverage service to its patrons.  The new bill would create two new sets of liquor licenses which would allow restaurant owners to sell alcohol for on-premesis consumption.  A town would have to adopt a zoning ordinance for the purpose of improvements that would allow restaurants to sell alcohol.

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