State Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, R-Richmond, a liquor store owner who tried to change some liquor laws during the recent legislative session, has been charged with illegally transporting alcoholic beverages through dry or moist territory.
State Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, R-Richmond, a liquor store owner who tried to change some liquor laws during the recent legislative session, has been charged with illegally transporting alcoholic beverages through dry or moist territory. LRC Public Information
State Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, R-Richmond, a liquor store owner who tried to change some liquor laws during the recent legislative session, has been charged with illegally transporting alcoholic beverages through dry or moist territory. LRC Public Information

Kentucky lawmaker charged with breaking liquor law he tried to change

May 04, 2017 10:41 AM

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