Pennsylvania Liquor Store Privatization

(State rep. Bill Adolph, chairman, speaks during a meeting of the Pa. House Appropriations Committee.  Photo by Tony Romeo)

House Version of Pa. Budget to Incorporate Liquor Store Privatization

In an apparent effort to light a fire under the feet of their counterparts in the state senate, a committee in the Pennsylvania House has advanced a new state budget partially funded by revenues from the sale of liquor retailing licenses.

06/24/2014

(The new Pennsylvania state liquor store at 21st and Market Streets.  Credit: John McDevitt)

New Pa. LCB Liquor Store Opens in Center City Philadelphia

The 7,700 square feet of retail space at 21st and Market Streets are laid out in colors: blue for spirits, orange for wines, and green for the “premium” and “chairman selections.”

08/14/2013

(Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Pa. House Leader Says Senate Liquor Bill Falls Short

Earlier this week, Senate Republican leaders took the wraps off their version of a liquor bill, one that provides no formula for shutting down state stores and selling off the state’s wholesale liquor operations.

06/21/2013

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