Kansas is getting further away from its Carry A. Nation days and more oenophile-friendly. Because of an overdue bill Gov. Kathleen Sebelius signed Monday, Kansans 21 and older can have up to 20 cases a year of in-state and out-of-state wine shipped to their homes, rather than via a local liquor store. The welcome law also allows wine sales at approved farmer’s markets and other changes.
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