Wine And Spirits
The 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.
A suspect in a Southwest Philadelphia robbery was taken to an area hospital after a police officer reportedly shot him Saturday afternoon.
If you see unexplained charges for wine and spirits purchase, you’re not imagining things. It’s a mistake that’s being corrected by the Liquor Control Board.
A key state Senator says he believes there’s increased support for modernization initiatives as lawmakers continue to weigh the issue of privatizing liquor sales.
The state Liquor Control Board has quietly launched a pilot program that will allow Pennsylvania residents to have wine and spirits sold through the agency’s website delivered to their doors.
Beer distributors would be able to compete for the right to sell wine and liquor under the privatization plan unveiled last week by the state House majority leader.
The push to privatize Pennsylvania liquor sales will be in the spotlight this week when the much-anticipated legislative proposal is expected to be unveiled. But when the legislature returns in the fall, the fate of state stores will share the stage with several other major issues.