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  2. What counties are dry counties in Alabama? - Answers

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    Muscle Shoals is a city in Colbert County, which is Wet. Here is a link to Wet Dry counties by the ultimate authority, the Alabama Beverage Control board.

  3. What are the dry counties in Alabama? - Answers

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    counties that do not sell liquor on Sundays. Very wierd, there seems to be lots of information on other states. Wikipedia has info on dry counties in Alaska, Alabama, Texas, Florida, Kentucky ...

  4. Wet and Dry Counties

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    Counties Dry Counties Additional Information 5 Alabama State law allows local jurisdictions to hold a vote on being wet or dry and to what extent alcoholic bever-ages may be sold. See Alabama Code 28-3-1-(28) and Alabama Code 28-3-1-(9). All counties None The following cities are wet in counties otherwise dry: Albert-ville, Aliceville, Arab,

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  5. These 9 States Still Have Dry Counties – 24/7 Wall St.

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    Dec 12, 2019 · Dry counties are home to approximately 1.7 million Americans, or 0.5% of the U.S. population. In many states with dry counties, laws restricting the sale of alcohol have long preceded national ...

  6. Wet and Dry Counties: Control and License States

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    No dry counties or munici-palities. No dry counties or municipalities. State. Maine Maine state law (Maine R.S. Title 28-A Chapter 5) allows for local jurisidctions to control alcohol availability but there are no dry juris-dictions in the state and no definition of wet or dry county. All counties are wet. Varies. Maine state law (Maine

  7. Jul 10, 2015 · The shift seen in Clarke County -- decades in the making -- has lately been mirrored all over the state. 78 years after Alabama ended its ban on the sale of alcohol, only one of 67 counties - Clay...

  8. DeKalb county, where Ft. Payne is located, north of Gadsden, is a dry county. The city of Ft. Payne went "wet" about two years ago, and the rules are strictly enforced. The county remains dry, so restaurants not within city limits cannot sell alcohol. As far as the south goes, it's mostly a "biblebelt" thing.

  9. Election Laws | Alabama Secretary of State

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    • GENERAL PROVISIONS. Section 17-1-1 Applicability of title to primary elections and county or municipal elections. Section 17-1-2 Definitions.
    • HELP AMERICA VOTE ACT (HAVA) Section 17-2-1 Help America Vote Fund. Section 17-2-2 Implementation plan; state plan committee. Section 17-2-3 Establishment of complaint review procedures.
    • VOTER REGISTRATION. Article 1 Board of Registrars. Section 17-3-1 Promulgation of rules for registration applications. Section 17-3-2 Qualifications and appointment of registrars; chair.
    • VOTER REGISTRATION LISTS. Article 1 County Voter Registration Lists. Section 17-4-1 Lists of registered voters to be published. Section 17-4-2 State voter registration lists.
  10. The History of 'Dry Towns' in the USA - Alcohol.org

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    Dec 30, 2019 · A headline from Alabama sums it up: “Binge drinking [is] highest in dry Alabama counties.” [13] Dry counties have relative success in cutting down on crime and public health problems, but they unwittingly promote binge drinking. Deprived of the chance to learn their limits, the residents of dry counties can easily find a liquor store or bar ...

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