Oregonians are one step closer to deciding this fall whether they want to buy liquor at the same places they already can grab a bottle of wine or six pack of beer.
The state Supreme Court on Thursday approved the title language of a November ballot proposal that would allow grocery stores to stock their shelves with distilled liquor read more………
YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) Theresa Hancock can often tell when a liquor store is about to close.
The owners “call me all the time, try to sell me their licenses,” said Hancock, who has owned the Sunnyside Liquor Store since 1988.
We need your help with our effort to stop the Oregon Liquor Market Takeover at www.keepliquorlocal.com.
After spending millions and failing in 2014, the corporate grocers are back again with another attempted takeover of Oregon’s liquor market — a market that is thriving and that Oregonians control and support.
Privatizing the Oregon Liquor Control Commission is not a new subject. It is, however, a perennially misunderstood one.read more…….