Maryland State Senate Passes Ban on High-Proof Alcohol

February 6, 2014

The Maryland Senate passed a bill today by a vote of 37-10 that would ban high-proof alcohol from liquor stores.
Montgomery County Democrat Richard Madaleno’s bill would ban any drink that is 95 percent alcohol — 190 proof — from being sold in Maryland. The bill really targets only one kind of liquor: grain alcohol. (WAMU)

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