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Business
4:00 am
Thu August 16, 2012

TN hopeful that state follows KY's wine sales ruling

Some Tennesseans hope their state will change alcohol sales regulations at grocery stores after a federal court in Kentucky found beer only sales at grocery stores unconstitutional. Tennessee Grocers and Convenience Store Association President Jarron Springer says the current law is outdated, and that Tennessee is missing out on 30 million dollars of annual revenue with the low alcohol content level.

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Afternoon Update
4:43 pm
Wed August 15, 2012

Afternoon Round-Up 8/15/12

"Less than 7 percent of the general officer force in the Army are women; and so I realize that I stand on the shoulders of giants."
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Business
3:45 pm
Wed August 15, 2012

KY's ruling on wine sales in groceries may affect TN revenue

The recent federal court ruling that Kentucky’s law against selling wine in grocery stores is unconstitutional may affect a similar law in Tennessee. Tennessee Grocers and Convenience Store Association President Jarron Springer says their campaign “Red, White and Food” has long addressed this and that Kentucky’s court ruling will hurt Tennessee’s revenue if it doesn’t soon follow suit.

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