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State Liquor Chief Says Cut Prices, Sell More

Augusta - The man in charge of selling liquor in Maine says the state will make millions more in sales if it cuts prices. 
Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages and Lottery Operations director Gerry Reid says lowering prices by as much as four dollars a bottle would help Maine recapture sales that now go to nearby states.  Reid says Maine could be missing out on as much as 30-million dollars a year in hard liquor sales.

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