Texas retail liquor laws restrict competition, provide preferential treatment for select families, and limit consumer choice. It’s time to level the playing field, eliminate preferential loopholes and allow fair competition in the retail sale of spirits.
Texas is the only state in the nation that allows privately held corporations to own liquor stores, while prohibiting publicly traded corporations from doing so.
This protectionist law harms Texas consumers, who deserve and expect the choice and convenience free markets are supposed to provide.
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