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Oregon Grocers File Liquor Privatization Measure

from kgw.com: A group led by Oregon grocery stores filed initial paperwork Monday that could lead to a ballot measure asking voters whether to privatize liquor sales. The organization called Oregonians for Competition said in a statement that it's filed five proposed initiatives and will select one to move forward with. The initiatives differ in details, but all would allow liquor sales in stores that already sell beer and wine and are at least 10,000 square feet. Existing liquor stores would be allowed to stay open, and some smaller shops like wine specialty stores would be able to sell liquor.

#MorningMonarchy: December 6, 2019