As counties move en-masse out of the most restrictive part of the state’s three-phase plan to reopen non-life-sustaining businesses, the state’s liquor authority said it will expedite applications for temporary liquor license extensions so restaurants can serve alcohol in outdoor seating areas without facing legal scrutiny.
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