NJ Town Votes On Allowing Alcohol Sales
Voters in one southern New Jersey community are deciding whether to allow liquor sales.
It's legal to drink in Moorestown, but not to sell alcohol. That would change if voters approve a proposal on Tuesday.
The group that owns the Moorestown Mall is among those pushing to overturn a 96-year ban on sales. Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust says the mall could attract more business if it had restaurants that served drinks.
Voters have previously rejected allowing alcohol to be sold three times -- most recently in 2007.
The community is one of several around New Jersey that don't allow alcohol sales.