MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota grocers want to get in line with 33 other states that allow wine sales in grocery stores. Under state law, Minnesota grocers cannot sell wine, beer or hard liquor in their stores. However, the Minnesota Grocers Association is nailing down a sponsor for state legislation to allow wine to be sold. "People would be able to purchase a bottle of wine along with the breads, produce, deli products and other food they need. For consumers in a hurry, it would save stops -- ...

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