Frosty beers delivered to your door? Yep, it's soon to be a reality.
Emergency regulations to stabilize Alaska's economy have opened a new frontier for some businesses.
The governor has previously touted that many parts of the state government have eased restrictions for businesses struggling to cope with the economic burden of COVID-19. Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Tuesday his plans to modify licensing regulations to allow businesses that sell beer, wine and liquor to deliver those products.
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