Voters in Nash, Texas, on Tuesday passed two liquor sales propositions, which will allow the sale of beer and wine for off-premises consumption and permits restaurants to sell mixed drinks. The city still has a ban on bars, liquor stores and nightclubs, but alcohol can now be sold in convenience stores and restaurants beginning in 2014. "We estimate a possible $400,000 in sales tax revenue," said city employee Chuck Lucas.

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