"John Galt"<quoted text>
Thanks, EasyEed. Galt mostly agrees.
However, cite for us the section of Washington law and/or regulations that requires all patrons purchasing liquor to produce identification. Galt submits that your observations are based on policies of the establishment, not on law. The law states that license holders MAY request identification, not SHALL request identification.
They may request ID. Correct. But if they do not and the person is in the bar illegally they are subject to fines and possible license loss. Recently I met my daughter and her husband for a drink. My daughter was asked for her ID. She produced it. The server said they ID persons they do not know if they look younger than 40. My daughter was thrilled, she is 47.
PS: You do see saw a bit do you not? In your last post to me you said a liberal. Are you now a liberal?