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Study hits wine sales 'monopoly'

Food store proposal would lower prices, Mass. trade group says

By Chris Reidy
Globe Staff / August 23, 2006

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Advocates for a November ballot initiative that would allow more Massachusetts food stores to sell wine said yesterday that their proposal would save consumers $26 million to $36 million per year by ending the ``virtual monopoly" of wine sales by package stores. (Full article: 599 words)

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