Should the post office allow alcohol to be delivered by mail?
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Talk about a "message in a bottle": In an interview with the Associated Press, Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe said he would like to overturn laws restricting delivery of alcoholic beverages by mail.
The move could raise as much as $50 million per year for the Post Office, which had $15 billion in losses this year alone.
Beer, wine and spirits delivered right to your door: Is it a good idea?