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Alcohol sales could do the same for Maysville and Jackson County as it has done for White County (“Alcohol sales prove lucrative,” May 6).

It’s about time the (so-called) Christians loosened their grip on the taxpayers. That way the Christians and the others will not have to go out of town to give our tax money to other counties.

Calvin Bolton
Maysville

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