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State takes first steps toward liquor privatization – finally

March 27, 2013

A legislation panel last week approved several tweaks in Gov. Tom Corbett’s liquor privatization bill and those tweaks were approved by the state House by a 105-90 vote....

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MrShaman

Mar-28-13 8:01 AM

"The Indians are waiting,the Indians are waiting, the Asian Indians are coming and will buy them all up!They are not even AMERICAN CITIZENS!" - jeff33

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You need to ask eriklatranyi where he gets his Thorazine. I'm sure his doctor would be more-than-happy to help you avoid the "episodes" you're presently experiencing.

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jeff33

Mar-27-13 8:57 AM

The Indians are waiting,the Indians are waiting, the Asian Indians are coming and will buy them all up!They are not even AMERICAN CITIZENS!

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WillAcker

Mar-27-13 8:13 AM

It is about time the legislature does something the majority of the people want. There has never been a scientific poll showing support for the state store system, Not one, not ever.

Privatization IS Modernization

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