New push for Sunday wine and liquor store sales

WBIR reports:

"There's a new push in Tennessee to remove some of the restrictions surrounding when liquor stores can operate and when wine can be sold in grocery stores.
"Proposed legislation by Sen. Bill Ketron, R-Murfreesboro, and Rep. Gerald McCormic, R-Chattanooga, would permit liquor stores to sell alcohol and grocery stores to sell wine during the same hours when beer is sold. 
"Under this legislation, liquor stores could be open on Sunday and sell wine and liquor, and grocery stores would be allowed to sell wine on Sunday. Both types of stores would be allowed to sell on the five holidays when wine and liquor sales are currently prohibited: Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Years Day, Labor Day and the Fourth of July...."