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POLICY BRIEF: Few Alcohol Violations After Red Tape Cut

For years, governments refused to allow restaurants to sell alcohol with takeout and delivery orders. That changed when the pandemic hit. has published a new policy brief examining how few problems came up when this policy was changed.

This highlights the need for governments to review and cut red tape frequently, rather than waiting years or decades to review outdated regulations.

To view the policy brief – click here

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