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Should grocery and convenience stores be allowed to sell liquor?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on February 25, 2014

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Photo of David Hann

“I guess so. In some ways it could be bad, big stores could drive out liquor stores. I like the way things are now, to tell you the truth.”

Photo of Kate Campbell

“I do think they should be able to.”

Photo of Tom Walls

“I think it’s inevitable that will happen, but it’s going to have the Walmart effect — put people out of business. So I wouldn’t be in favor of it.”

Photo of Bob Luce

“Yes.”

Comments

Mike Edson 1 year, 5 months ago

How about selling it at your local Walgreens like in most states?

Wayne James 1 year, 5 months ago

They do in MISSOURI! "Wake up to Missouri!"

Leslie Swearingen 1 year, 5 months ago

I find it interesting that Arizona has some of the most liberal laws when it comes to liquor, they allow it to be sold in grocery stores, for example.

Kind of off topic, but I wonder if Native American reservations could make their own laws regarding immigration and gay rights. They already do concerning alcohol.

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