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A C&L Happy Hour Toast To Dan Webster

Well, kind of. More like a happy hour as a giant middle finger to Dan Webster. We have a new glimpse at what the Christian-theocratic vision of America Dan Webster has in store for us: In 1991, career politician Daniel Webster introduced HB

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Well, kind of. More like a happy hour as a giant middle finger to Dan Webster. We have a new glimpse at what the Christian-theocratic vision of America Dan Webster has in store for us:

In 1991, career politician Daniel Webster introduced HB 593, which would have banned happy hours and drinking games in all bars in Florida. Yes, believe it or not, Daniel Webster wants to prohibit happy hour.

I'm on my way out to happy hour right now. But before I go, Dan, here's a C&L $5 toast to you- and by, you, I mean to the ActBlue page dedicated to keeping you and your waste of space legislation out of Congress. Clink a glass with me, friends.

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