Rep. Richard Floyd, R-Chattanooga, reads documents during a House floor session In Nashville on Thursday. The chamber later passed a bill to allow local governments to hold referendums on allowing supermarkets and convenience stores to sell wine. Floyd was among the members voting against the bill.
Rep. Richard Floyd, R-Chattanooga, reads documents during a House floor session In Nashville on Thursday. The chamber later passed a bill to allow local governments to hold referendums on allowing supermarkets and convenience stores to sell wine. Floyd was among the members voting against the bill.
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published Thursday, February 20th, 2014
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NASHVILLE — Tennessee Senate leaders said their chamber will likely go along with the relatively minor changes the House of Representatives made Thursday in the bill allowing food stores to sell wine, signaling its virtually certain passage.

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