Pa. hit liquor sales record in 2020-21 fiscal year | The Numbers Racket
The record sales and revenue reported by the PLCB are , in almost all comparisons, a rebound from the 2019-20 fiscal year, which saw state-run liquor sales slump statewide as the stores closed for a portion of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Philly lawmakers to target stop-and-gos with new regulations
State Sen. Anthony Williams (D-8) said the new regulations will target irresponsible business owners who make neighborhoods less safe.
Tanqueray and chronic? Pa. House Democrat wants to sell legal cannabis in state liquor stores
At a Capitol news conference Wednesday, the lawmaker suggested property tax relief, school funding, or social justice causes as possible beneficiaries of the roughly $581 million expected windfall.
Who should determine how much booze costs in Pennsylvania: a formula or the liquor board?
A practice known as flexible pricing is still unpopular with liquor producers.