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We now know voters in at least one East Tennessee city will get to vote on selling wine in grocery stores.

Election officials say the question will be on the Morristown ballot this November. Hamblen County Election Commission says the city needed 481 petition signatures and they certified 549.

The state says Morristown is not the first city to get wine in grocery stores on their ballot, but wouldn't say how many have qualified.

If voters approve it, grocery stores could start selling wine by July 2016.

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