One in three businesses with a liquor license in North Carolina is behind on taxes, costing the state nearly $46 million, according to the Department of Revenue. The agency wants to start taking away liquor licenses if the taxes aren't paid, but the idea isn't sitting well with a major lobbying group for bars and restaurants.
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