Consumers of alcoholic beverages who purchase hard liquor at service stations or convenience stores no longer have to find those products in separate areas of their stores.
As of July 1, restrictions on sales of hard liquor have been eased, moving the bottles from behind the counter (or a locked case) onto the sales floor.
This week, Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division officials attributed a 6.4 percent increase in hard liquor consumption, in part, to the state law change that removed restrictions on gas stations selling spirits.
Do you agree with the change, easing the restrictions on gas stations and convenience stores selling hard liquor?
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