The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission has begun sending undercover agents into bars to arrest those deemed intoxicated. The rationale is to nab people who are considered public dangers before they can do anything harmful to others or themselves. Of course, with that reasoning, perhaps the TABC should just send a paddy wagon to liquor store parking lots and arrest patrons as they exit. It's hard to believe that this sort of official paternalism is occurring in Texas, generally reputed to ...

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