Md. liquor bills hit roadblocks in the House

Two liquor bills that would expand the sale of alcohol in Maryland were struck down by a House of Delegates subcommittee on Friday. The first of the two bills, both of which were sponsored by Del. Lily Qi, D-Montgomery, would have allowed grocery stores to sell beer and wine if the establishment was providing fresh food and was ...

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