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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Bars and restaurants in Tennessee could keep up the coronavirus-era offering of to-go beers and other alcoholic drinks for two years under a bill now awaiting action from Republican Gov. Bill Lee.

The poor GOP members of the Tennessee General Assembly are hard-pressed to find issues to legislate. State Sen. Brian Kelsey is proposing is to enshrine right-to-work legislation in the Tennessee Constitution. This so-called “needed amendment” is already a statutory provision in Tennessee law. It was signed into the state statutes in 1947.