Anti-alcohol consultant pitched to pro group first
By Adam Russell [email protected] A consultant who pitched his services to a local pro-alcohol group is working for the opposition group trying to stop legalization of beer and wine sales in Tyler and Justice of the Peace Precinct 2. Billy Horton, owner of an Austin-based political strategy consulting firm Hard Count Inc.
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#1 Sep 3, 2012
this is petty people should have the choice to drink if they want once they are of age, a city shouldn't be able to restrict a citizen from using their freedom of choice it's unamerican.
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