Pennsylvania LCB Reports Record Sales, ContributionsFiscal year 2016-17 showed a 3.9% increase in retail sales over the prior year.
Price Hike Goes Into Effect On Hundreds Of Bottles Of Wine, Liquor In PennsylvaniaPrices on more than 400 bottles of liquor and wine are going up at Pennsylvania liquor stores.
Liquor Control Board Tries Lottery System To Sell Coveted, Limited Release Wine And SpiritsLiquor Control Board spokeswoman Elizabeth Brassell says attempts in the past to sell limited-quantity products via the agency’s online store have resulted in products selling out in a few minutes, and other problems.
Pa. Liquor Control Board Says No Way To Powdered Alcohol Sales in CommonwealthThe PLCB's Stacy Kriedeman says the state store system will not put powdered alcohol products, equally subject to state regulations, on its shelves.
Pa. Agency Ruling Could Mean Home-Delivered BeerA new ruling by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is clearing the way for something few if any state residents have experienced — home delivery of beer.
Union Leader Speaks Out Against Alcohol PrivatizationChris Stigall spoke with Wendell Young of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1776 about the union’s opposition to allowing sales of beer and wine in convenience and grocery stores.
Local Expert Warns of Underage Drinkers Consuming Cooking WineSome teens are turning to the grocery store to get drunk, buying cooking wine.
Pa. Liquor Board Reports Record $128M In Profits The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board said Monday it enjoyed record profits in the last fiscal year, a time when special interests were spending millions to advance or derail efforts to privatize liquor and wines sales after 80 years of state control.
Pa. Senate Takes Up Liquor Store Privatization IssueThe man on the hot seat today is Bucks County Republican Senator Chuck McIlhinney, chairman of the Senate committee that will vet the House Liquor bill.
Pa. House Passes Liquor Store Privatization; Hurdles Loom In SenateIt is the first time a liquor privatization bill has passed either chamber of the legislature. Opponents of the measure, mostly Democrats, predicted doom and gloom if the bill becomes law.
Amid Privatization Efforts, Head Of Pa. Liquor Sales Defends Agency's PerformanceDuring state House budget hearings, Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board chairman Skip Brion said he doesn’t like his agency being “vilified” in the debate over privatizing liquor sales.
Stigall Show Log 1.31.13Chris is excited about Governor Corbett's renewed interest in privatizing Pennsylvania's state owned liquor stores. He breaks down the latest in the FBI investigation of New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez, and tracks down one of Adolph Hitler's toilets. He talks to Matt Brouillette from the Commonwealth Foundation, and Matt Boyle from Breitbart.com.