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Kentucky appeals court ruling

The State of Kentucky yesterday appealed the court ruling in August that struck down the interstate shipping ban in Kentucky. The State disagreed with the court’s finding that the in-person requirement for purchasing wine is unconstitutional. Thanks to the folks at Stoll Keenon Ogden for the tip and the insight. Their article was used a basis for the court’s finding that the in-person requirement was unconstitutional. It’s a great article that is well worth reading. As always, we’ll keep a close eye on this case as it will further slice and dice the Granholm opinion of 2005 that continues to shake out in the courts of Kentucky, Massachusetts, Washington, Texas, and many other states.

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