The failure of yet another attempt to privatize liquor sales in Pennsylvania was one of the big stories of 2012.
“This has zero bearing on privatization efforts. You can’t force a private employer to abide by that contract,” a Corbett spokesman said.
Chris reviews Chris Christie’s State of the State with Rich Zeoli, talks to Joe RIvera, the father of a girl denied a kidney transplant, Tom McGrath, editor of Philadelphia Magazine, and the Mayor of Doylestown, Josh Maxwell.
Liquor Control Board spokeswoman Stacey Witalec says on March 1st the LCB will “delist” about a tenth of the inventory of a typical large state store. The good news is those brands and products will be marked down to clearance prices until they are gone.
Even as the calls continue in Harrisburg for the state to get out of the wine and spirits selling business, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board popped the cork Thursday on a test store in Bucks […]
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