HARTFORD, Conn. — The Connecticut Package Stores Association, which fiercely opposed Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposal to permit beer, wine and liquor sales on the busiest shopping day of the week, has done an about-face. The CPSA is offering to drop its opposition if parts of the comprehensive bill are blocked, according to reports, including those that would lift minimum pricing rules that prevent chains from undercutting smaller competitors, and allow supermarket operators to ...

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