Pair of Bills Would Modernize North Carolina’s Alcohol Laws

A pair of bills aim to modernize North Carolina’s late-1930s spirits control regimes and myriad rules that stifle alcoholic beverage commerce in the state. While most southern states have abandoned their initial post-Prohibition regulatory regimes, North Carolina still regulates liquor as a “control” state, mandating a government monopoly on the

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