SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Until last summer, Kentuckians who wanted to purchase alcohol on election day could not do so until the polls closed.
But, with the passage of Senate Bill 13, that prohibition was eliminated.
However, local counties with cities of the fourth class, such as Bullitt, and those fourth-class municipalities could pass laws which did regulate alcohol sales.
On Tuesday, Bullitt Fiscal Court is expected to consider an ordinance which would follow the state laws.
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