Author: Nathan Palardy

Redi Reports

The introduction of alcohol into grocery and convenience stores in Oklahoma, Colorado, and Kansas causes a substantial (2.9%-6.8%) decline in statewide monthly liquor store visitation. The expansion of beer sales decreases monthly visitation at rural liquor stores in Colorado (5.0%) and Kansas (7.9%), but has little effect on urban liquor stores The expansion of both beer and wine in Oklahoma decreases monthly visitation at both rural (9.0%) and urban (7.0%) liquor stores.…
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