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The governor of Utah has two problems with a State Senate proposal to scan the IDs of everyone who visits a bar in the state and make that database available to law enforcement officials.
Utah already has the strictest alcohol laws in the country, requiring tipplers to become members of any bar they patronize by paying a small fee and filling out a brief application
Originally posted by bigvig316
how about bouncers who do their jobs. That would solve the under age problem right there.
Originally posted by The Jewrk
I believe they hope to decrease drunk driving by collecting the data from individual establishments. Whenever a drunk driver is caught it will be known where they came from.