But … after two years if the flow of liquor is not working, there is an out. If things are not working and customers still can't get their spirits when and where they want, the next step can be taken — to go completely private.
If it does work, however, the state would retain annual profits from the state of liquor, not just a quick windfall to fill the coffers in time for an election.
Is this proposal the best one out there? Maybe, maybe not. At least is seems to be a step in the right direction.