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The board consists of five members appointed by the governor and confirmed by a majority of the members of the legislature in joint session. A member of the board may not hold any other state or federal office, either elective or appointive. Two members of the board shall be persons actively engaged in the alcoholic beverage industry, except that no member may hold a wholesale license or be an officer, agent, or employee of a wholesale alcoholic beverage enterprise. No three members of the board may be engaged in the same business, occupation, or profession. At least three members of the board shall represent the general public. A board member representing the general public or an immediate family member of a board member representing the general public may not have any financial interest in the alcoholic beverage industry. In this section, "immediate family member" means a spouse, child, or parent.
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