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Lawmakers in Albany have revived a push to let supermarkets sell wine in New York State. We've seen this proposal before, but it never seems to pan out, despite claims that it could earn the state $350 million in taxes, create up to 7,500 jobs, and make shopping for groceries just that much more fun. [NYP]