Jefferson Exchange | November 21, 2013
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Thu November 21, 2013

Oregon Considers Changes In Liquor Regulation

OLCC chair Rob Patridge talks about the process of changing--possibly--liquor laws in Oregon.

How and where alcoholic beverages are sold changes from state to state. 

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Oregon is still one of the states where the state government still plays a major hand, while neighboring Washington changed to a system that makes packaged-liquor sales more of a private-sector function.  

But a task force appointed by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission chair Rob Patridge recommends making some changes to the Oregon way. 

Rob Patridge joins us to lay out the recommendations... and the path forward.  OLCC/Pages/index.aspx
 

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