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Should grocery and convenience stores be able to sell the same strength beer as liquor stores?

Asked at Community Mercantile, 901 Iowa on January 30, 2004

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“I don’t think gas stations should be able to sell liquor at all, but the rest should all be the same. It should be a level playing field.”

“No. Anytime you make an alcoholic beverage or any other substance that’s so damaging to our population more available in a more concentrated form, you increase the use.”

“Yes, I think so. Kansas is probably the only place in the country where they can’t.”

“Yes. A person who’s drinking beer is by law of age and not in a vehicle. I don’t see any reason they should drink something weaker because they got it at a gas station. But I think a law against all liquor would be best.”


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