The Record  | 1/17/2016

Last year, nearly a dozen bills were introduced by state legislators to address some aspect of New Jersey’s liquor laws. Most of those efforts died when the legislative session ended Tuesday. But supporters of two key proposals — one that would make it easier for small restaurants to obtain liquor licenses, and one that would allow certain supermarkets to hold more than two liquor licenses — say they plan to continue the fight this year, and they are confident about their chances.

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