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Why Houston Is Changing Its Alcohol-Sales Law to Help Food Deserts


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Posted: January 13, 2014

The city of Houston, TX recently changed its alcohol sale law to allow liquor to be sales within 300 ft of churches, public schools, and hospitals, in an effort to help solve its food desert problem. This change will apply exclusively to supermarkets, keeping bars and liquor stores away from those facilities. Check out some Houston food desert maps and read more about this story here.

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