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  • Mr. Ferrar said Cecil County has historically had the highest rate of consumption in the state — not because residents drink more, but because of the county's proximity to Pennsylvania, where alcohol restrictions are tighter, causing customers to head south to get cheaper drinks.

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  • "You got to look at the whole picture, not, 'We're gonna do this' or 'We're gonna do that," Mr. Ferrar said.

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