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Now that the state is out of the liquor business, new big-box booze stores offer a whole new shopping experience.
Food News Roundup
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Voters boot the state from the booze racket.
Half of the respondents are likely to support the liquor privatization measure.
A sampling of answers from spirit makers around Washington.
Poppy’s popular tender moves on, Utah says no more chubbies….
Publicola has the numbers.
Lots of booze-enhanced events over the next seven days.
Get ready for familiar arguments for and against liquor privatization.
The new schedule goes into effect July 1.
Head to Liberty this Sunday.
A pilot program is planned for 30 stores.
Different initiatives, same issue. Privatization is back, baby.
2010 In Review
From Boardwalk Empire to the fluorescent-lit aisles of your local liquor store, these are the booziest bummers of the year.
Voters say no to privatization initiatives.
But one initiative is out of the race and the other is trailing.
Fact Check Thursday
There are some solid public safety reasons to vote no on I-1105 and I-1100. Why advertise with fake ones?
Editorial boards weigh in on I-1100 and I-1105.
Tom Douglas, Linda Derschang, Brian Canlis, and Ethan Stowell appear with peers in a pro-privatization ad.
Seattle Voter’s Crib Sheet
Liquor privatization initiatives 1100 and 1105 will appear on the ballot. If one (or both) passes, it will forever alter how liquor is made, moved, and sold here. Let’s look at the nitty-gritty.