Colorado liquor stores may have opportunity to add more locations

Ed Sealover reports for the Denver Business Journal:

"After the Colorado Senate last week killed a measure that would have extended full alcohol sales licenses to Walmart and Target, one of its committee gave its first nod of approval Tuesday to a bill that would allow locally owned liquor stores the same ability to grow their number of locations as a 2016 law gave to major grocery stores.

"Senate Bill 199 — a bipartisan effort from Republican Sen. Tim Neville of Littleton and Democratic Sen. Andy Kerr of Lakewood — would allow liquor stores that now can operate just one location to get licenses for as many as 19 more over the next 20 years...."

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