A proposed law would allow grocery stores to sell full strength alcohol in Kansas.
beer and liquor sales in kansas (mark)a proposed law would allow grocery stores to sell full strength alcohol. right now, full strength is only sold at liquor stores.a report from k-u says the easing restrictions would encourage new businesses. but liquor stores say it could shut them down. kansas is one of only five states that sells beer with a lower alcohol content. missouri grocery stores sell full strength liquor.jack bondon/berbilia owner”missouri is also competitive with their prices.” steve nelson/ks liquor store owner”we need to protect our small businesses in kansas.” if the bill passes – supporters say, it would create a level playing field for all kansas liquor sales. 3