Jim Ready, manager of the Regulated Industries Division for Kansas City, told City Council public safety committee members that he supports the continued use of liquor cards at establishments that sell alcohol. He said at a meeting Wednesday at City Hall that the city’s background checks can turn up criminal records that employers may have missed.
Jim Ready, manager of the Regulated Industries Division for Kansas City, told City Council public safety committee members that he supports the continued use of liquor cards at establishments that sell alcohol. He said at a meeting Wednesday at City Hall that the city’s background checks can turn up criminal records that employers may have missed. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
Jim Ready, manager of the Regulated Industries Division for Kansas City, told City Council public safety committee members that he supports the continued use of liquor cards at establishments that sell alcohol. He said at a meeting Wednesday at City Hall that the city’s background checks can turn up criminal records that employers may have missed. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

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