Should Virginia be in the liquor business?
Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell (R) fundamentally believes that running the liquor business ought not to be a government function. But as he prepares to call the legislature into a special session to consider privatizing the state's 76-year monopoly on the sale of hard alcohol, he faces a hard economic fact: The liquor business has been exceptionally profitable for the commonwealth. What do you think? Should Virginia be in the liquor business?
August 5, 2010; 6:54 AM ET
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