A new bill proposed at the state Capitol would require the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC) to create an "Alcohol-Restricted Individual Program."
People can voluntarily enter the program or be court-ordered to enroll.
People who voluntarily enroll can cancel their enrollment at any time by giving three days' notice to the DABC.
Liquor stores would scan driver's licenses which would alert them if the person was alcohol-restricted.
The bill states:
The department may not: disclose any information related to an individual currently or previously enrolled in the program, or retain any information related to an individual previously enrolled in the program.