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TN Legislature Considering Bill to Allow Alcohol Sales 7 Days a Week

by Jason Scott Collver on Nov. 02, 2018

Criminal 

Summary: TN Legislature Considering Bill to Allow Alcohol Sales 7 Days a Week

The Tennessee House has calendared a bill for consideration on the House Floor that would allow the sale of alcohol seven days a week from retailers. If the House passes the bill, the Senate will still have to pass the bill.

In the Senate, the bill is at the calendaring committee. The bill could be placed on the Senate Floor calendar next week.

With the current progress through the House and Senate, the bill could be sent to the Governor desk in the next few weeks.

If the bill is passed and signed by the Governor, it will go into effect January 1, 2019 as currently presented.

If you are for or against the legislation, you can contact your legislature to voice your opinion.

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