Vermont Wants To Crack Down On Bootleggers Bringing Cheaper Liquor From New Hampshire

Prohibition might have been repealed in 1933, but modern-day bootleggers are still sidestepping state liquor laws. Now Vermont officials want heavier penalties for people trafficking booze from neighboring New Hampshire. | Read More at Vermont Public Radio

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One Response to Vermont Wants To Crack Down On Bootleggers Bringing Cheaper Liquor From New Hampshire

  1. tomploszaj says:

    My quick comment on VPR’s site:
    New Yorkers should send Vermont a thank you letter for saving NY the trouble, resources and money in protecting New York from this terrible vice, alcohol.
    Really VT! Stay out of NH business, lower your taxes, and capture some of NH sales which will stop bootlegging and let VTers keep some of their money.
    One reason NH does not need to steal it’s citizens labor via income taxes is because of these voluntary purchase in NH. Oh yes, thank you VTers for saving your money by buying NH. Use cash since VT gov is watching your credit purchases.

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