Revenues from liquor sales in Utah totaled $100 million for state and local governments in fiscal 2009, up by $2 million from fiscal 2008 and $20 million more than in fiscal 2006.

The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control reported last week that total revenues from the state’s liquor store monopoly topped $129 million in fiscal 2009, with more than $59 million in profits that go into the state’s general fund.

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