Can anyone explain to me how the Montana lawmakers' decision to change liquor license acquisition from a lottery to a high-price bidding is in any way beneficial to our communities?

Does anyone understand that the main reason we have such underdeveloped food culture in Montana is because you need booze to carry your main costs?

So instead of making it easier for an aspiring small business owner to aquire one, it was decided that we'll allow that the direction of growth to be determined by the highest bidder who is most likely stationed outside of the community.

Seriously, would anyone else prefer streets lined with a plethora of tasty restaurants rather than plastered with casinos?

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Micah Eller

Helena

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