Alabama Lawmakers Approve Wine Delivery Bill

AlabamasenateMONTGOMERY, Ala (AP) – Alabamians might soon be able to have wine delivered in the mail. The Alabama Senate on Thursday voted 27-0 for the bill by Republican Rep. Terri Collins. The House of Representatives voted 88-5 to accept Senate changes to the bill. It now goes to Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey for her signature. The bill would allow wineries to obtain a direct wine shipper license from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board to ship limited quantities of wine directly to Alabama residents 21 and older. Retailers could not ship to residents.

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