TRENTON N.J. —A new law-enforcement program in New Jersey that’s similar to ones in effect in Colorado, Washington and Texas could result in restaurants having their liquor licenses put at risk through linkage to patrons’ drunk-driving arrests. The so-called last-drink initiative, implemented in September by state Attorney General Anne Milgram, requires police in New Jersey to divulge to the state’s Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control ...

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