Md. Senate gives preliminary OK to extending alcohol delivery option

ANNAPOLIS — A proposal to extend an executive order that has helped some restaurants in Maryland remain in business has sparked a public policy debate over whether alcoholic beverages should continue to be available for delivery when the pandemic ends. The debate underscores the state's sometimes contentious approach to issues related to alcohol sales that date back ...

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