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Utah bill would allow third-party alcohol sales

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Utah lawmakers are looking to give Utahns the opportunity to legally purchase wine from out-of-state. (Photo: KUTV){ }

Utah lawmakers are looking to give Utahns the opportunity to legally purchase wine from out-of-state.

Senate Bill 59, sponsored by Sen. Gene Davis, would create a program to let consumers purchase liquor from third parties through the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. Customers would pick up their purchases at a local state liquor store.

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The bill passed a Senate committee last week, heading to the full Senate for readings and a vote.

A similar bill was introduced during the 2020 legislative session and was signed by the governor.






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