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Governor Phil Bryant has signed into law on a bill that would give residents of smaller municipalities like Coldwater a chance to vote whether or not they want to legalize the sale of beer and light wine.

House Bill 1321, which was introduced in January, reduces the population requirement to 1,500 for cities within three miles of a “wet” city or county. Under previous law, a city needed a population of at least 2,500 before it could have a local option vote on beer.

Coldwater City Clerk George Nangah said he is currently organizing paperwork to hold a beer referendum.

For more on this developing story, read the Tuesday, March 21 edition of the Tate Record.

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