Florida survivors of Hurricane Michael who want to enjoy an alcoholic beverage after a day of dealing with the aftermath and no power may be out of luck.
Officials in Bay and Gulf counties have banned the sale and distribution of alcohol until the state of emergency is over — except for residents of Panama City, whose leaders voted Thursday to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages from 6 a.m. until 10 p.m., according to al.com.
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Banning the sale of a legal product? Seriously?
One more reason to add alcohol to your preps.