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More than 50 people showed up Tuesday at the Stratton Center to attend a public meeting on a proposed ordinance to allow Sunday alcohol sales in the county.
The purpose of the meeting, held by the Shelby County Fiscal Court, was to allow public comment on the issue. Of the 12 people who voiced their opinions to the court, only one person spoke against Sunday alcohol sales. Most of those present wore yellow stickers proclaiming, "Business Equality in Shelby County."
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