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April 8, 2013 6:56 PM

Mom-and-pop liquor stores in Beaufort County worry legislation will kill business

Local liquor stores oppose legislation that would increase from three to seven the number of retail liquor-store licenses a business could have. Small-business owners say the change could mean big-box retailers, like Total Wine & More, would open stores and drive them out of business.

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