Sang Yun, assistant manager of 177 Liquors in Pasadena, Md., pulls some wine from a refrigerator case on March 23. At the end of the row of coolers, the store has posted a sign asking customers to oppose legislation in the General Assembly that would increase taxes on all beer and liquor sales in the state. (Barbara Salisbury/The Washington Times)

Sang Yun, assistant manager of 177 Liquors in Pasadena, Md., pulls some wine from a refrigerator case on March 23. At the end of the row of coolers, the store has posted a sign asking customers to oppose legislation in the General Assembly that would increase taxes on all beer and liquor sales in the state. (Barbara Salisbury/The Washington Times)