The Utah Department of Alcohol Beverage Control Commission, or UDABC, has come under fire for its interpretation and enforcement of vague state laws. One commissioner, however, says the state should issue more liquor licenses, which could help stop the troublesome run-around of getting single event permits. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Molly Blooms Pub and Restaurant at Kimball Junction has had its liquor license revoked by an order from the Utah Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. The Commission's ruling, which pulled the license as of March 27th, found the restaurant committed several violations by hosting a sexually-oriented male dance revue last fall. The pub's attorney, though, says they plan to challenge the ruling with the Utah Court of Appeals. Rick Brough has more.