|All those bottles, and not a single bag of weed. But that could change at Virginia liquor stores under a new plan suggested by Delegate David Englin|
At least one local lawmaker believes Virginia should explore the idea of selling marijuana at state-run liquor stores.
Delegate David Englin, a Democrat, is calling for a study to look at the potential benefits, reports NBC Washington. Liquor sales generate millions of dollars of revenues for the commonwealth every year.
Part of the legislation reads, “As society changes, products that were deemed illegal at one time are made legal and even sold by stores that are operated by government agencies in the attempt to control the sale of the products,” reports Katie Pyzyk at ARL now.