Good for Gov. Mark Parkinson for delaying new enforcement of a 1986 law linking the pricing of beer and other drinks to how much alcohol they contain. It's no longer clear what lawmakers intended in effectively mandating that, for example, 32 ounces of draft beer cost twice as much as 16 ounces — especially because bar owners have said they would respond to enforcement not by raising prices accordingly but by eliminating smaller drink sizes. The Legislature needs to reconsider whether such government micromanaging makes sense. Another thing to rethink next year: In many Kansas cities, milk (and other groceries) is now taxed at a higher rate than alcohol at liquor stores, because the state sales tax went up July 1 and the 8 percent liquor enforcement tax hasn't gone up since 1983.