Arkansas bill would bring an end to alcohol deliveries

A COVID-era Arkansas law allowing alcohol deliveries from stores could soon be repealed. Over-the-counter and curbside sales were all customers knew when it came to alcohol a couple of years ago, but like many things, the COVID-19 pandemic changed that. Former Governor Asa Hutchinson temporarily allowed deliveries in dry counties. Last month, Senate Bill 284 was filed to repeal the law to allow alcohol deliveries. Its author, Sen. Jane English, is the same person who wrote the original bill making alcohol delivery law.