Does your state allow liq*or to be sold in grocery stores?

@Bd200789 (2994)
United States
August 26, 2010 2:07pm CST
Or does it have it's own stores? Currently, Virginia has state-owned liq*or stores, but Governor Bob McDonnell has proposed a plan to privatize these stores. As an employee of a grocery store, I don't support this plan. I do not want to be responsible for selling hard liq*uor. Other people have proposed this plan in the past, but it has never gathered enough support to pass, and I hope it never does. What do you think? Does you state allow private liq*uor sales? Do you think a state should be in charge of these type of sales?
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@cher913 (25890)
• Canada
26 Aug 10
i am in canada and the government owns the stores that sell it. its called the lcbo.
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• United States
26 Aug 10
I live in Iowa and liq* is sold in liq* stores and it grocery stores. I think it should be completely up to the stores whether or not they want to sell liq*. I'm sure it ups sales for some stores where some stores would choose not to mess with it.
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@jpso138 (7868)
• Philippines
27 Aug 10
In our country liquors are sold on almost any grocery stores. There are no restrictions. Although in certain establishments, liquors are not serve on minors but there are those that really does not care. Well, enforcement of some laws in our country are not that strict.
• India
27 Aug 10
I believe that they should sell liq**uor in liq**uor shop and grocery in grocery stores. If they thing selling grocery in liq**uor shop is okay then they may sell liq**uor in grocery shop too.