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Washington reforms liquor laws — Is Oregon next?

November 14, 2011

Washington voters just approved I-1183 to privatize liquor sales. The first day distributor can start selling is March 1st of 2012. The state must close its 164 state liquor stores by June 2012. KGW-TV went a step further by asking whether the reforms could come to Oregon. KGW-TV asked both the Oregon Liquor Control Commission and Don McIntire who once sponsored a petition to reform Oregon’s liquor laws.

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Nevada Dave November 14, 2011

You folks in Washingtomn State will find out in 2012 how much the State Liquor people have been screwing you on liquor prices. Here in Nevada, we get almost all liquors for 25-50% less than what you pay. And best of all, we get to buy premium liquor types here that aren’t even sold in Washington State.
Oh – and I’m sure you won’t miss the “charming” state liquor stores that have all the ambiance of a sold war concrete bunker.

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