Part 1: Controversy In HarrisburgKYW's Michelle Durham reports on the disagreement among Pennsylvania leaders on whether changing the system of liquor sales in the state is a good idea.
Part 2: Controversy at the Retail LevelKYW's John McDevitt reports that workers at Pennsylvania liquor stores are, perhaps obviously, against privatization. But so are some private-sector beer retailers who might be drawn into the wine business.
Part 3: A Wine Breakthrough?KYW's Michelle Durham reports that one South Jersey wine retailer is keeping a sharp eye on what is happening across the Delaware River.
Part 4: Pennsylvania Consumers Seem ReadyIf Pa. House Bill 11 becomes law, wine could be sold by some beer distributors. Is that a good thing? KYW's John McDevitt reports that it depends whom you ask.
Pennsylvania Holds The Line On State Store Liquor PricesThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has turned down a price increase for several hundred items carried in its state-owned liquor stores.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers, In Philadelphia, Hear Testimony On Sell-Off Of State StoresA group of Pennsylvania lawmakers visited Philadelphia today to hear testimony on the idea of selling off Pennsylvania's state-owned liquor stores. The move could fetch $2 billion or more, according to some estimates.
GOP Power in Harrisburg And What It Means For State StoresWhen a new Pennsylvania governor and legislature get to work later this month, there will be a new push to sell off state-owned wine and liquor stores. However, that does not mean a broad overhaul of state liquor law is in the offing.