Could liquor in grocery stores help solve the KS budget?

Uncork Kansas, the coalition to change liquor laws in the state of Kansas, has released a plan today that it says could help close the Kansas budget deficit. Uncorked says if the state allowed beer, wine, and spirits in grocery stores, it could generate $40 million this year alone for licensing to sell the liquor.


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