NEWARK, Del. — A bill that would allow Delaware grocers to pay a one-time alcohol licensing fee of $100,000 per store and gain the right to sell beer and wine was introduced here last week. The measure could result in $10 million in revenue for the state that currently prohibits alcohol sales at grocery, according to reports. It would be funded, in part, by a $5,000 renewal fee, due every other year. A similar measure that would have allowed for wine sales by New York grocers was dropped ...

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