The legal battle over an Indiana law that prohibits companies from holding permits for both beer and liquor wholesaling will continue after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the dismissal of a federal case that challenges the enforcement of Indiana’s prohibited-interest statute.
COLUMBUS — Customers will soon be able to order a Bloody Mary or pick up a bottle of Jack Daniel’s at local businesses on Sunday mornings.
Columbus City Council members voted 5-2 Tuesday night to authorize hard liquor sales beginning at 6 a.m. on Sundays.
LINCOLN — Nebraska’s newest state senator and one of its most seasoned lawmakers are mounting a new effort to bring private “bottle clubs,” like a strip club operating in central Omaha, under state regulation.
LINCOLN — A political battle over beer is headed for another round. And there’s hope that this time, it will be more congenial.
LINCOLN, Neb. - The owners of four now-closed stores that sold millions of cans of beer next to an American Indian reservation where alcohol is banned are fighting a steep Nebraska tax bill.
As medical marijuana dispensaries make their first appearance in the state, it’s worth remembering a time when prescription alcohol flowed in the cups of Marylanders.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana residents planning to serve alcohol during New Year's Eve festivities will need to stock up in advance this year.
That's because Dec. 31 falls on a Sunday and Indiana still has a Sunday ban on carryout alcohol sales from liquor, grocery and convenience stores.
Appeals Court Upholds Ruling That Cleveland Does Not Have To Share Liquor-By-The-Drink Sales Tax Proceeds With Bradley County
The Tennessee Court of Appeals has upheld at ruling that the city of Cleveland does not have to share liquor-by-the-drink sales tax proceeds with Bradley County.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – As midnight approaches on New Year’s Eve, you may want to thank the state legislature for keeping the party going. Normally, bars have to close early on a Sunday night, but not this coming weekend.
The price of beer, wine, and liquor in Massachusetts would increase, but unpopular restrictions on the sale of alcohol would go away, under a radical proposed overhaul of the state’s byzantine booze laws that’s expected to be unveiled by a government-appointed task force Thursday.