WAMU 88.5 : The Kojo Nnamdi Show

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U Street Liquor Moratorium?

As new bars and restaurants continue to open along the 14th and U Street corridor, some residents complain that their neighborhood is awash with liquor licensed establishments. The Shaw Dupont Citizens Alliance has requested a moratorium to cap alcohol service in the developing community. But other residents argue a moratorium will hinder the growth of this vibrant area. Kojo discusses the possible effects of the pending regulation.

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