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Changes in Va. plan to sell liquor stores to cost state $26 million a year

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RICHMOND -- Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's plan to privatize Virginia's liquor stores cleared its first hurdle Thursday, but only after his policy staff proposed changes that would reduce how much money the sale would generate each year for the state. A committee within McDonnell's Government Reform Commission approved the proposal, which would end the state's 76-year monopoly on hard alcohol....

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