GOP Plan to Sell Liquor in Private Retail Stores

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Nine months after the state began allowing private retailers to sell wine to go, Republicans in the House of Representatives are looking to break the monopoly that Pennsylvania’s state-run stores have on sales of vodka, gin, scotch, and other hard liquor.

The House liquor control committee on Monday pushed through two bills that would allow liquor to be sold at restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, and even new privately run liquor stores.

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