Liquor reform push on horizon in Pennsylvania

John Finnerty reports:

"A year after Pennsylvania freed the six-pack, is it time to liberate the state’s vodka and whiskey too?

House Republicans are preparing to make a new push to further dismantle the state government’s role in the liquor business. The head of the House liquor control committee on Friday introduced legislation to allow privately-run liquor stores.

The plan would create a retail liquor store franchise license to allow private stores to sell wine and spirits, state Rep. C. Adam Harris, R-Juniata County, said in a memo to lawmakers..."

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