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They won't admit it but there was a subtle threat that Utah Hospitality Association was going to crank up an initiative petition drive to let the citizens of Utah vote on the private club issue and related other ideas.

Having had their butts kicked on school vouchers the last time the voters of Utah didn't like what the Righteous-lature was trying to ram down their throats, it seems that they are a little more aware of just who they were elected to serve.

Knowing how these guys operate I am not uncorking any champagne yet but will sip some nice young single malt scotch in celebration of the current news. The subject of liquor law reform has always been a glacial process and what we are seeing right know is almost a tsunami of transformation, Cheers!