States Increase Limit On Alcohol Sales For the Holidays
It’s not uncommon at all if someone wants a drink or two during the holidays, and with just a few days left until Christmas, there is no doubt that alcohol for the adults while kids run around and open presents
- One-third of counties in the state of Georgia have banned alcohol sales on Christmas Day
- Mississippi will only allow customers to buy booze with an alcohol volume less than or the equivalent of 5%.
- Liquor stores in North Carolina will close at 9 p.m. on Christmas Eve, and grocery stores will be the only places selling alcohol.
- Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina, Ohio, and New York have banned all sales and transports of alcohol on Christmas Day.
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