Pa. Senate committee advances GOP-authored bill expanding canned cocktail sales
Legislation expanding where consumers can purchase ready–to-drink beverages saw approval from a Pennsylvania Senate committee on Tuesday, moving to the full chamber for consideration.
Here’s the new fight over cocktails-to-go. How is it like the old one? | Monday Morning Coffee
State Sen. Dan Laughlin, R-Erie, will try again to make adult sippy cups the law of the land.
Cocktails to-go helped Pa. businesses stay afloat. Now they’re in for an even slower recovery
Anticipating a busy summer for takeout boozy drinks, Thomas Tell — a Lackawanna County bar owner — stocked up on sealable containers and drink carriers.
Expanding access to ‘Ready to Drink’ cocktails will harm public health | Opinion
Dramatically increasing the number of outlets that will be authorized to sell spirits will be a significant setback for reducing youth alcohol use.
‘We are running out of time.’ Senate advances legislation to make to-go cocktails permanent
Gov. Tom Wolf said he would veto a bill that would allow thousands of retailers to sell canned alcoholic drinks, but that didn’t stop the Senate from pushing through legislation that would also make to-go cocktails a permanent menu item in Pennsylvania.
It’s last call — for now for to-go cocktails, as House and Senate jockey over bill
Gov. Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 disaster declaration is over, and to-go cocktails are ending with it — at least until lawmakers approve a bill that lets sales continue.