At least the conversation now includes beer distributors.
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Turzai and supporters are still hoping that last year's dead-in-the-water privatization bill still has a chance.
Under new rules, drinkers will be able to buy as much as 24 bottles at a time directly from out-of-state wineries.
The study says that selling off the state's liquor stores is what's best for Pennsylvania, its finances and its residents.
In the face of fundraising and lobbying efforts by state store workers, the Corbett administration is backing off its campaign promise to sell of the LCB's retail arm.
Deliberations over the future of liquor sales in PA will surely drive lawmakers to drink.