Politics & Government

May 15, 2014 6:12 PM

Powdered alcohol ban, Election Day booze sales advance

A bill to ban sales or possession of powdered alcohol was introduced last week in the S.C. Senate. However, even if it passes the Senate, it will need a two-thirds vote to be considered in the House since the proposal was introduced so late in the legislative session Banning powdered alcohol and allowing Election Day booze sales moved forward in the State House on Thursday.

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