TRENTON N.J. New Jersey restaurateurs are feeling the sting of a directive issued by the state attorney general’s office in September that orders people stopped for drunken driving infractions to tell police where they consumed their last alcoholic beverage of the night. Restaurants named in those interrogations are recorded into an electronic database used by the bureau of Alcoholic Beverage Control to flag establishments that may be serving alcohol to already intoxicated customers. ...
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