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Beer, Wine and Liquor

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New Hampshire's state liquor stores are almost as iconic here as the state motto and the Old Man on the Mountain. Because they're also a key source of state revenue, questions of how, where, and by whom alcohol is sold and consumed take on extra weight. Much policy action in recent years has revolved around microbreweries and local producers. There have also been efforts to tweak drinking age laws. See the latest action on this issue below.

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