The New Prohibition: Blue Laws in the Bluegrass

By Victoria Allen* In Kentucky, the dialogue surrounding alcohol sales and how they should be restricted often focuses on tangential arguments rather than a fiscal or policy based concern. In 2013, the state legislature passed a measure allowing the sale of alcohol on election days between 6 A.M. to 6 P.M., removing one of the […]

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Homebrewing in the Bluegrass State

The days of concocting bootlegged brews in a bathtub are finally behind the Commonwealth of Kentucky. At the very least there is now a legal alternative for those interested in crafting their own brews, but also seeking to maintain the integrity of their wash basins. Under the mission of “Necessity, Function, and Conformity” Kentucky Regulatory […]

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