Wine-in-supermarkets ain't dead yet:
Ketron, who chairs the Republican caucus in the Senate, told TNReport that Nashville Democrat Douglas Henry voted against the bill because he had concerns about an amendment dealing with wine sales on Sundays. But now that parliamentary procedure allows that amendment to be scrapped, Ketron said, Henry signed on to bring the bill back.
“We passed the next amendment that would strike that amendment but both amendments would have to go travel to the full floor and [Sen. Henry] had a concern that it could pop out again on the full floor to allow sales on Sunday and holidays…so he had to vote no. Now that we can reconsider our action on that amendment, we’ll get rid of it, remove it, he’s good to go.”