ALBANY, N.Y. — Although the wine-at-grocery proposal was dropped from the New York state budget, supporters of the measure “aren’t folding up our tents just yet,” Jim Roger, president of the Food Industry Alliance of New York State, told SN. That’s because there is still a chance that the state will find itself with a budget deficit later this year. “If that happens they’re going to have to go back and plug those gaps,” he said. “This measure would help raise money [in the form of franchise ...
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