Missouri Lawmaker Seeks to Ban Sale of Cold Beer

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A state senator wants to force Missouri stores to sell warm beer.

Under a bill by Sen. Bill Alter, grocery and convenience stores would risk losing their liquor licenses if they sold beer colder than 60 degrees. The intent is to cut down on drunken driving by making it less tempting to pop open a beer after leaving the store. Continued . . .

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2 Responses to Missouri Lawmaker Seeks to Ban Sale of Cold Beer

  1. Trinity13 says:

    While it’s true that people would drink and drive no matter what, it might decrease the number of drunk drivers…my dad would def be for something like this for here in Ohio where he is a police officer. He has quite a few stories of crazy drunk people.

  2. LittlePastor says:

    This isn’t such a bad idea. And I think it’s a law in other states, isn’t it?

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