Last year over a million Washington state residents voted NO on I-1100, virtually the same bill as this years I-1183. This year Costco is spending 22 million dollars to get this provision passed. Determined Washington state residents are just an impediment to higher Costco profits. There may be a case for taking Washington State out of the liquor selling business but not when the state has 9 percent unemployment for the 4th quarter in row. In addition the prospect of mini-marts selling hard liquor, which the bill allows, will surely improve teenagers access to alcohol. So Washington, whats important; teenagers or Costco profits? Vote NO on 1183.