Alcohol sales can be capped by local governments

5:07 pm
Wed August 7, 2013

Alcohol sales can be capped by local governments

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The court decided that, since local zoning laws were mentioned specifically when the Liquor Control Commission was created, local governments should be able to cap alcohol sales.
LANSING -- Local governments can set limits on alcohol sales through zoning regulations, the Michigan Court of Appeals affirmed Tuesday. The opinion upheld a Bloomfield Township zoning regulation that set limits on package alcohol sales at gas stations as being permissible under state law.