Salt Lake City (AP) A house committee has passed a bill that would eliminate Utah's private club system and the so-called “Zion Curtain” separating bartenders from customers in restaurants. The bill passed on an 8-5 vote yesterday.
The bill would eliminate a requirement that customers fill out an application and pay a fee for the right to enter a bar.
The bill will now be debated on the House floor.
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