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Liquor sales may come to Good Hope

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GOOD HOPE - AL -

    Alcohol sales may be spreading in Cullman county.

    On Tuesday, voters in Good Hope approved a measure allowing liquor sales.

    About 530 people voted.  The measure passed by a 51 vote margin.

    The mayor now says Good Hope leaders will review existing alcohol ordinances- and research laws in nearby cities.

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