New Liquor Law Changed by Amendment

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The general assembly has passed legislation to keep liquor out of the hands of minors at private parties, but an amendment has actually reversed that restriction. The problem caught the attention of the bill's supporters, who want Governor Mark Warner to fix it. Current law allows people who hold parties in their own homes to serve booze to anyone, regardless of age. The Governor has through March 27 to veto, amend or sign the legislation.