Proposed liquor licenses

Movieworks won a highly coveted retail liquor license largely because town councilors noted how important the movie theater was to the community. The Wyoming Legislature is considering two bills that would gradually lift population caps on liquor licenses for restaurants and bolster entertainment like bowling alleys, golf simulators and movie theaters.

Wyoming lawmakers are looking at expanding liquor licenses as an economic development tool for communities.

The Legislature is considering two bills, Senate File 13 to gradually lift population caps on liquor licenses for restaurants and Senate File 12 to bolster entertainment like bowling alleys, golf simulators or movie theaters.

Contact Managing Editor Rebecca Huntington at 732-7078 or rebecca@jhnewsandguide.com.

Managing Editor Rebecca Huntington has worked for newspapers across the West. She hosts a rescue podcast, The Fine Line. Her family minivan doubles as her not-so-high-tech recording studio.

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