8 Kansas counties still without liquor by the drink

Voters in two more Kansas counties have signed off on allowing sales of liquor by the drink, leaving just eight of the state’s 105 counties with such a provision.

The Wichita Eagle reports that residents of Clark and Stafford counties approved the measures Tuesday. Clark County’s approval was by a 635-333 vote. Stafford County’s ballot measure passed 1,304-535.

In 2,200-resident Clark County, passage of liquor by the drink was touted for its economic development potential.

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