The unintended (and intended) consequences of privatizing Washington state liquor sales.
Erica C. Barnett
It’s a holiday in the making: Fifteen local distillers and a fleet of bars bid farewell to state-run liquor sales.
Stores big and small are getting ready for the great unknown of liquor privatization.
Brandon L. Bye
March 1 brings big changes, but it’s too soon to say what this means for your bar tab.
Half of the respondents are likely to support the liquor privatization measure.
A sampling of answers from spirit makers around Washington.
Publicola has the numbers.
Get ready for familiar arguments for and against liquor privatization.