"A lot of it has to keeping money at home," said Toddy's employee Dan Fielden. "If they do that a lot of this money will be going out of state. It's not staying local, local distributors and wholesalers. It's all about the big business drowning out the little guys."
It will be up to law makers to make the final decision, and right now there are two sides to this heated debate.
"As with a lot of legislation, sometimes it takes a few yeas to get things moving," said Ogden. "We think this is a great year to actually push it."