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Penalties for Selling Alcohol to Minors in Texas
Penalties for Selling Alcohol to Minors in Texas

Do you work in a bar, restaurant or night club? Or, do you work at a grocery store, convenience store, gas station, or other establishment that is licensed to sell alcohol? If so, you have to be very careful who you sell alcohol to. If you slip up and sell alcohol to a ...

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Blog posts in Alcohol

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    In all 50 states, it’s illegal for individuals under the age of 21 to purchase alcohol. However, the alcohol-related laws and penalties vary from ...

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