A federal judge ruled the ban on selling alcohol inside grocery store is unconstitutional because it violates the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection Clause.
If this ruling causes changes in regulations, this could mean that grocery stores could begin to carry wine and other alcohol.
"It doesn't make any sense to me, that if I can go into a store and buy a six pack or a case of beer, why I can't buy a bottle of wine," said Kroger customer Jim Nelson.
Large chain grocery stores like Kroger are anticipating the changes in regulations, and look forward to offering customers a more complete experience when planning meals.
"They like selecting their wine while they pick out their steak or salmon or chicken for dinner that night," said Kroger Public Affairs Manager Tim McGurk.
McGurk also says he hopes to be able to provide service to those as they make those selections.
With that in mind local liquor stores aren't too worried about business, because they say that they offer a different level of service.
"Our store is fully focused on giving you the entire experience of sopping for alcohol, of shopping for your party supplies. Getting your events together for weddings, and things along those lines," said Shenanigans Manager Mike Hager.
Only time will tell how this ruling will effect the details of possible new regulations, but the changes will only apply to areas that are already allowing the sell of alcohol.