Ohio could garner up to $2.5 billion by selling its liquor distribution system to a private company, according to a study released last week by a Cleveland-based investment firm.

The study was conducted by Western Reserve Partners LLC and not solicited by new Gov. John Kasich. It projected the liquor system would bring in the most money of the several state-owned assets being considered for privatization.

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