State Parks May Sell Booze

Your local park ranger may also soon be your bartender. State parks have been mostly “dry” for decades, but that could change if state officials clear the way for alcohol sales in hopes of pulling in more visitors and revenue. Lawmakers may allow the Department of Natural Resources to secure liquor licenses for all 32 parks and reservoirs, bypassing county alcohol boards.

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