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California “requires retailers to purchase beer and wine from single sources, i.e., monopolies that set prices and delivery schedules. . . . We do not need bailouts. What we need is bail to set us free from the overabundance of laws that bind and imprison us in inefficient, arcane, inequitable and costly regulatory constraints and mandates.”
– Lennie Copeland, MBA ’79, in the Redding Record Searchlight. Copeland owns the Ono Store and International Cafe in rural northwestern California

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