State alcoholic beverage officials — from left, distilled spirits administrator Trina Summers, malt beverage administrator Carol Beth Martin and general counsel Steve Humphress — testify Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, against a bill that keep the state’s current liquor license quota system in place. The sponsor of the bill, Senate President Pro Tem Jimmy Higdon, R-Lebanon, with glasses behind them, listens as they speak.
State alcoholic beverage officials — from left, distilled spirits administrator Trina Summers, malt beverage administrator Carol Beth Martin and general counsel Steve Humphress — testify Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, against a bill that keep the state’s current liquor license quota system in place. The sponsor of the bill, Senate President Pro Tem Jimmy Higdon, R-Lebanon, with glasses behind them, listens as they speak. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com
State alcoholic beverage officials — from left, distilled spirits administrator Trina Summers, malt beverage administrator Carol Beth Martin and general counsel Steve Humphress — testify Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, against a bill that keep the state’s current liquor license quota system in place. The sponsor of the bill, Senate President Pro Tem Jimmy Higdon, R-Lebanon, with glasses behind them, listens as they speak. Jack Brammer jbrammer@herald-leader.com

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