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Serving sober

Bartender laws draw praise, scorn

8:20 AM, Apr. 5, 2013
Mike Eiting pours a beer at ReUnion Station on March 14 in Neenah. His father, Rick, owner of the bar, said that he is opposed to having the city telling him whether bartenders should be sober while on the job. He says it's up to the business owners to enforce their own rules and regulations.
Mike Eiting pours a beer at ReUnion Station on March 14 in Neenah. His father, Rick, owner of the bar, said that he is opposed to having the city telling him whether bartenders should be sober while on the job. He says it's up to the business owners to enforce their own rules and regulations.
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Tavern owner Rick Eiting doesn't want his bartenders to drink on the job, but he also doesn't want police to monitor their conduct.

"I don't think the city should be regulating me on what I do," said Eiting, owner of the ReUnion Station in Neenah. "If they do this, what's going to be my next regulation? Will it be the color of toilet paper I use in the bathroom?"

Neenah, a city of 25,615 in the Fox Valley, is considering an ordinance that would require bartenders to show up for work sober and ban them from drinking on the job. ...

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