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Zoning proposal could put over 100 city liquor stores out of business
A zoning proposal that could put more than 100 city liquor stores out of business was the subject of discussion Thursday evening, WJZ-TV Channel 13 reported.
Community leaders in attendance said they believe fewer liquor stores will translate into less violence in Baltimore. If approved, about 100 of the state's 500 liquor stores would be phased out over the next few years. The City Council is expected to start hearings on the bill in April.
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