Op-Ed

June 8, 2014 12:00 AM

ER study obscures facts about liquor privatization

The recent study on the impact of liquor privatization in Washington state, which has generated alarming headlines across the state (TNT, 5-29), should be viewed with skepticism. While the researchers attempt to paint a picture of Washington awash in liquor, a careful analysis shows that many of their claims are unsupported and misleading.

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