For years, Kansas City has required thousands of employees seeking to work in establishments that sell alcohol to get a liquor card, which costs $42 for three years and ensures the city does a criminal background check. The card has been required for everyone from stock clerks to bartenders and waiters.
For years, Kansas City has required thousands of employees seeking to work in establishments that sell alcohol to get a liquor card, which costs $42 for three years and ensures the city does a criminal background check. The card has been required for everyone from stock clerks to bartenders and waiters. File photo by Jennifer Hack The Kansas City Star
For years, Kansas City has required thousands of employees seeking to work in establishments that sell alcohol to get a liquor card, which costs $42 for three years and ensures the city does a criminal background check. The card has been required for everyone from stock clerks to bartenders and waiters. File photo by Jennifer Hack The Kansas City Star

Kansas City Council panel narrowly approves small liquor card changes

March 18, 2015 01:59 PM

UPDATED March 18, 2015 06:03 PM

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