ISSAQUAH, Wash. — The latest development in Costco’s four-year legal fight with Washington’s Liquor Control Board was last week’s decision by a federal appeals court panel to uphold key parts of the state’s system for regulating beer and wine sales, according to a published report. The panel ruled that the liquor board can ban distributors from offering high-volume discounts and other variations in price to different retailers. It also maintained rules that require direct-store delivery. The ...
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