The latest plan to get Pennsylvania out of the booze business met resistance before it hit the Governor's desk.
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It's a mystery wrapped in a fair-trade, shade-grown artisan enigma.
The program aims to make buying booze, beer and groceries a one-stop trip.
It's going to be the country's first non-profit supermarket.
The spacious lot is awfully appealing when looking for a place to park your car.
Perhaps a booby trap can bring her to justice.
The findings are based on a nationwide survey conducted by Consumer Reports.
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An $800,000 Donation Brings an Oasis to Chester’s Food Desert; Americans to Gobble Up Thanksgiving Take-Out Like Never Before
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Moorestown, NJ Gets Its Booze Referendum; Texas Inmates to Receive Just Two Meals Per Day on Weekends
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One Million Dollars and a Whole Lot of Stupid Later, LCB Finally Pulls the Plug on Its Wine Kiosk Program
At long last the state has decided to call it "Game Over."
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The exchange program rewards those who turn in weapons with grocery store gift cards.
Wegmans announced its ending its participation in the PLCB's wine kiosk program.
Blatstein wanted to free the property up for another supermarket operator.