The state Liquor Control Board held a hearing on a proposal by the city of Seattle to let local jurisdictions set their own hours for liquor service. Some bars would close at 2 a.m., others at 3 a.m. The best-behaved bars would stay open till sunup.
When is more alcohol ever good, except for those counting out the cash register or the tip jar at the end of the night?
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