Does signage, on places other then establishments licenced for on site consumption of liquor, hold the weight of law? I have yet to see anything that says it does other then for establishments licenced for on site consumption of liquor.
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Is it very common in Maine for restaurants that serve alcohol to post such signs? Also, is it common for inns/hotels to do so? I'm just curious.
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When facilities do post I leave my business card and explain our hard earned dollars will go to a facility that supports 2A and the Maine and U.S Constitution.
Last edited by Maine CWP Training; 08-04-2012 at 04:20 AM.
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