ABC Commission Pick Criticized

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper selects Surf City Mayor Zander Guy to be the new chairman of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. Monday he'll replace Jim Gardner, a Pat McCrory appointee who resigned last month. The pick is causing controversy because Guy is a convicted felon. He spent three months in prison in 1990 after being found guilty of over-billing clients of his insurance agency $16,000. His three-year sentence was commuted by Republican Governor Jim Martin. Guy served on the ABC Commission under Democratic Governor Bev Perdue.


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