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Leadership or staff from the company contracted to operate the state’s liquor warehouse and delivery system won’t meet with lawmakers to explain why N.C. ABC stores around the state have so many empty shelves.
Leadership or staff from the company contracted to operate the state’s liquor warehouse and delivery system won’t meet with lawmakers to explain why N.C. ABC stores around the state have so many empty shelves.
 
North Korea desires a return to nuclear talks — after sanctions are removed on several items, including liquor and suits for regime officials.
North Korea desires a return to nuclear talks — after sanctions are removed on several items, including liquor and suits for regime officials.
 
Ollie Mulligan, this week from an airport somewhere in the Northeast, talked about his upcoming flight home, about returning to his native Ireland, to County Kildare.
Ollie Mulligan, this week from an airport somewhere in the Northeast, talked about his upcoming flight home, about returning to his native Ireland, to County Kildare.
 
Heavy drinking among women aged 30 to 80 spiked by 41% during pandemic shutdowns.
 
A bill advancing decades’ long work to reform the state’s liquor monopoly passed in the N.C. House and heads now to the Senate.
A bill advancing decades’ long work to reform the state’s liquor monopoly passed in the N.C. House and heads now to the Senate.
 
One measure passing the committee directs the Legislative Research Commission to study ABC rules in other states
 
Bars that had their liquor licenses suspended due to COVID-19 shutdowns may have gotten a reprieve, thanks to a deal announced by the head of the House ABC Committee and the chairman of the state ABC Commission.
Bars that had their liquor licenses suspended due to COVID-19 shutdowns may have gotten a reprieve, thanks to a deal announced by the head of the House ABC Committee and the chairman of the state ABC Commission.
 
Liquor sales at Wake County stores, within the first 10 days of the shutdown last month, shot up some 80%, says Ike Wheeler.
Liquor sales at Wake County stores, within the first 10 days of the shutdown last month, shot up some 80%, says Ike Wheeler.
 
N.C. Sen. Rick Gunn, R-Alamance, and the N.C. Association of ABC Boards want to allow bars and restaurants to sell alcohol back to N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Commission stores.
N.C. Sen. Rick Gunn, R-Alamance, and the N.C. Association of ABC Boards want to allow bars and restaurants to sell alcohol back to N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Commission stores.
 
N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control stores remain open throughout the state, although many staff members within the ABC system are working from home.
N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control stores remain open throughout the state, although many staff members within the ABC system are working from home.
 
A January 27 article in the News & Observer announced that a bill to make North Carolina a license state for selling liquor is unlikely to receive a vote this year.
A January 27 article in the News & Observer announced that a bill to make North Carolina a license state for selling liquor is unlikely to receive a vote this year.
 
It has begun. Or, probably more accurately, a local and statewide crusade to prevent privatization of North Carolina’s liquor business is intensifying.
It has begun. Or, probably more accurately, a local and statewide crusade to prevent privatization of North Carolina’s liquor business is intensifying.
 
The debate that led to the passage of Senate Bill 290 wasn’t about alcohol.
The debate that led to the passage of Senate Bill 290 wasn’t about alcohol.
 
Rep. Chuck McGrady, R-Henderson, won’t seek re-election when his term expires next year, but he’s far from finished.
Rep. Chuck McGrady, R-Henderson, won’t seek re-election when his term expires next year, but he’s far from finished.
 
Restaurateurs and retailers are getting behind a move by House lawmakers that would fix the antiquated way North Carolina stores, distributes, and sells spirits.
Restaurateurs and retailers are getting behind a move by House lawmakers that would fix the antiquated way North Carolina stores, distributes, and sells spirits.
 
A stack of bills from lawmakers looking to modernize the way North Carolina distributes and sells liquor is growing.
A stack of bills from lawmakers looking to modernize the way North Carolina distributes and sells liquor is growing.
 
Lawmakers this session have filed what amounts to a jumble of bills designed to ease restrictive Prohibition-era rules enacted in the first half of the 20th century.
Lawmakers this session have filed what amounts to a jumble of bills designed to ease restrictive Prohibition-era rules enacted in the first half of the 20th century.
 
The stack of bills from N.C. lawmakers looking to reform and modernize the state’s 80-year-old liquor laws is growing.
The stack of bills from N.C. lawmakers looking to reform and modernize the state’s 80-year-old liquor laws is growing.
 
In North Carolina, beer and wine are readily available at grocery stores, convenience stores, specialty shops, even pharmacies and other places, and even on Sundays
In North Carolina, beer and wine are readily available at grocery stores, convenience stores, specialty shops, even pharmacies and other places, and even on Sundays
 
The Program Evaluation Division has a compiled and released a comprehensive report that looks at how North Carolina regulates and controls liquor sales and offers ways and legislative options toward changing and modernizing the process.
The Program Evaluation Division has a compiled and released a comprehensive report that looks at how North Carolina regulates and controls liquor sales and offers ways and legislative options toward changing and modernizing the process.
 
Did you know that North Carolina used to be the nation's leader in locally owned and operated distilleries?
Did you know that North Carolina used to be the nation's leader in locally owned and operated distilleries?
 
Changing how North Carolina regulates liquor sales would require major adjustments, the state’s Program Evaluation Division says in its latest report
Changing how North Carolina regulates liquor sales would require major adjustments, the state’s Program Evaluation Division says in its latest report
 
North Carolina's ABC system restricts the sale of spirituous liquor in this state to an average of just 4.3 stores per county operated by local government boards
North Carolina's ABC system restricts the sale of spirituous liquor in this state to an average of just 4.3 stores per county operated by local government boards
 
Residents of municipalities and counties throughout North Carolina do indeed enjoy starting their Sundays with a cocktail
Residents of municipalities and counties throughout North Carolina do indeed enjoy starting their Sundays with a cocktail
 
The North Carolina excise tax on distilled spirits has risen to the fifth-highest in the country, according to recent data from the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States
The North Carolina excise tax on distilled spirits has risen to the fifth-highest in the country, according to recent data from the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States
 
In North Carolina, more than 40 distilleries are now producing and selling liquor. Many offer tours and subsequent tastings
In North Carolina, more than 40 distilleries are now producing and selling liquor. Many offer tours and subsequent tastings
 
The Legislative Research Commission's Committee on Booze Desert Zones recently concluded that nearly 28.3 percent of North Carolinians lack adequate access to hard liquor.
The Legislative Research Commission's Committee on Booze Desert Zones recently concluded that nearly 28.3 percent of North Carolinians lack adequate access to hard liquor.
 
If you ask my dad how he liked something, he would reply “JUST EXACTLY”
If you ask my dad how he liked something, he would reply “JUST EXACTLY”
 
Progressive protesters, including "Moral Monday" demonstrators, have for roughly the past year voiced their opposition to a supposed state "tax increase" passed last year. Specifically, they gripe that the landmark 2013 North Carolina tax reform - which lowered income tax rates on all income...
Progressive protesters, including "Moral Monday" demonstrators, have for roughly the past year voiced their opposition to a supposed state "tax increase" passed last year. Specifically, they gripe that the landmark 2013 North Carolina tax reform - which lowered income tax rates on all income...
 
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