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Sunday liquor sales pass despite 'wicked liquor' objection
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Seven-day liquor and wine sales will be legal in Tennessee if the governor signs a bill lawmakers passed Wednesday, despite an outcry from a pastors' group about the undue influence of "wicked liquor." The bill would allow liquor stores to open for business on Sunday, effective immediately, and grocery stores to sell wine on Sunday, starting next January. Liquor and wine could also be sold on holidays, with the exception of Christmas, Easter and Thanksgiving.

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