MONTGOMERY — Alabama’s state-run liquor business will celebrate its 76th anniversary Feb. 2. If state Sen. Arthur Orr has his way, that business will be greatly curtailed by the 77th anniversary, with state-run liquor stores being replaced by private retailers.
Orr, R-Decatur, said he will have a bill ready for the legislative session starting Feb. 5 that will get the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board out of the retail liquor business.
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