BURNSIDE Ky. A Kentucky town's vote Tuesday on whether to continue or abolish the sale of alcohol within restaurants is being watched as a potential flash point for a push to curtail drink sales elsewhere in the state. Residents of Burnside voted in 2004 to allow alcohol sales within restaurants, but state law allows for a new vote after three years have passed, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.Restaurants in the town that sell alcohol must receive at least 70 ...

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