Oregon voters will soon be told getting rid of the OLCC will lower liquor prices. A shopping trip to Vancouver kills that buzz.
Forget free-market dogma and protecting the little guy: We
just want to know whether getting government out of the liquor business
will save us money.
It’s a key question
facing Oregon voter
A new liquor sales law in Washington is sending hordes of booze buyers into Oregon.
For years now, the embattled Oregon Liquor Control
Commission has been fighting powerful lobbyists for grocery store chains
that want to end the state’s nearly 80-year monopoly on selling booze.