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Potatopia's Broward County, Florida restaurant is using Intellicheck's Age ID to prevent the sale of alcoholic beverages to underage customers, … Source: Florida's Potatopia deters underage drinking with Intellicheck's Age ID
Patrons under the age of 21 found to be using fake IDs or false documents with the intent of purchasing alcohol can be arrested and have their license … Source: State says 115 arrested at Chance the Rapper, Jason Aldean, Florida-Georgia Line concerts
Rick Scott vetoed a bill late Wednesday that would have removed a Prohibition-era law requiring liquor to be sold in separate stores from groceries … Source: They Want to Sell Liquor at Florida Wal-Marts
Rick Scott on Wednesday vetoed a bill that would have made it legal for some … Proponents of the bill said Florida's law requiring that liquor be sold … Source: 'Whiskey And Wheaties' Bill Vetoed By Gov. Scott
The so called “liquor wall” law, which requires hard spirits to be sold in separate facilities from most retail goods, will remain in place after Scott’s veto … Source: Rick Scott vetoes bill to tear down Florida’s ‘liquor wall’
The "liquor wall" has been state law since Prohibition. … a clear momentum in Florida for this common-sense approach to liquor sales,” the companies' … Source: Liquor Wall Still Stands — Scott Vetoes 'Whiskey and Wheaties' Bill
While the Sun Sentinel believes it is time to allow a full line of spirits in stores like Target and Wal-Mart, it is not always so clear when making policy as … Source: Would liquor–law change in Florida deserve cheers? | Letters
“The current alcohol separation law in the state of Florida is outdated and creates an uneven playing field for retailers,” Flores said in a statement … Source: Opinion: Will Gov. Scott tear down Florida's 'liquor wall'?
Big box stores like Walmart and Target are in favor of the repeal, while … bring Florida law inline with most other states when it comes to liquor sales. Source: Gov. Scott Takes Decision on “Liquor Wall” Bill Down to Wire