LANSING, Mich. (AP) – The Michigan Liquor Control Commission is reminding bars and restaurants to use care in serving alcohol to patrons during Super Bowl weekend.

Commission Chairman Andy Deloney says the big game is a huge draw for the state’s 19,000 establishments with liquor licenses.

Those businesses are responsible for making sure the customers they serve are of legal drinking age and don’t overindulge.

Among tips the commission offers are to avoid overcrowding, know signs of drunkenness, establish a clear policy for checking IDs and keep a constant eye on the premises for any trouble that may be brewing.

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  1. Yen Whit says:

    Am I believing what I’m reading? Some bureaucrat who’ll be home or at a gathering no less with some peers regulating how liquor is to be dispensed. The stare of Michigan profits handsomely in pulling over drunk drivers. You’d probably think that lawyers in this state that represent defendants who are charged with driving (drunk) make a whale of a percentage of their income during the Super Bowl weekend.

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