Lawmakers pass bill to allow liquor home delivery, measure depends on governor’s signature
Published 1:00 pm Monday, March 29, 2021
Mississippians may soon have the opportunity to order liquor and have it delivered to their front door.
On Monday, the Mississippi Legislature passed House Bill 1135, which would allow home delivery of distilled spirits in original containers from package stores, restaurants, bars and distilleries.
Under the bill, deliveries cannot be made in dry counties and must follow local ordinances and laws.
This bill now heads to Governor Tate Reeves for signature. If signed into law, the bill would take effect July 1, 2021.