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Sunday liquor sales help fatten Virginia coffers

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Alcohol sales are up across Virginia since lawmakers first allowed all state-run liquor stores to open their doors on Sunday. Sales at 339 state-run Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control retail stores shot up by nearly 4 percent since July 1, when the stores were first allowed to sell liquor on Sundays. The stores brought in $243 million to state coffers by the end of October, up $9 million...

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