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Texas Sea World bill becomes law.

Texas Sea World bill becomes law

Texas Gov. Bill Clements on recently signed into law a bill that would legalize the sale of alcoholic beverages at Sea World of Texas in San Antonio.

The new measure exempts the 255-acre marine park from a state law that prohibits breweries from retailing alcoholic beverages.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) had complained that the sale of alcoholic beverages at the park had been illegal since Anheuser-Busch acquired the park from Harcourt Jovanovich on November 30, 1989.
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Title Annotation:alcohol sales are now legal
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Jun 25, 1990
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