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Senate Bill 0377

Senate Bill 0377

ARCHIVE (2003)

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Alcoholic beverage sales in grocery stores. Defines "grocery store" and "major grocery store" for purposes of the alcoholic beverages law. Provides that the alcohol and tobacco commission may issue a liquor dealer's permit for a major grocery store located inside or outside the corporate limits of a city or town. Specifies that a statutory disqualification concerning the issuance of beer retailer permits does not apply to a major grocery store. Specifies that a drug store or a major grocery store may sell any item through a window that is not an alcoholic beverage.
    Current Status:
    In Committee - first House
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