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Las Vegas’ liquor law changes seen as too little, too late

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

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Martin Dean Dupalo has owned a home in the east valley since 1980 and said he isn’t opposed to growth, but he has grown increasingly frustrated with the direction it has taken. He partly blames a substance that’s found in spades in Sin City.
“As more liquor stores and other places people could get packaged liquor came to the neighborhood, I started seeing more drunk drivers,” Dupalo said. “They leave literal scars in my neighborhood, in the form of broken walls and smashed cars that drunk drivers have crashed into.”