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Help Restaurants by Privatizing the PLCB

Clearly, Gov. Wolf looks out of touch—and perhaps he knows it. Last week, following his veto, he released a proposal to waiver license fees collected by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) in January 2021. 

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10 Questions to Ask about Voting in Pa.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3. In Pennsylvania, voters are navigating how to cast their ballots during this pandemic era. 

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COVID-19 Could Change the Way Pennsylvania Does Business

Small business owners like Elvira, Jessa, and Andy deserve a fighting chance to keep their business dreams alive. That’s the only way to heal Pennsylvania’s economy.

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5 Ways Lawmakers can Avert a COVID-19 Lawsuit Frenzy

The economy is reopening, but the threat of lawsuits from COIVD-19 exposure is just beginning.

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Public-Sector Unions Two Years After Janus v. AFSCME

Two years after Janus freed workers from forced union fees, public sector employees are still fighting for greater protection.

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PLCB is Bad for Business

The PLCB harms Pa. businesses in an industry that has been decimated by COVID-19.

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PLCB's Mishandling of COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has shown the state liquor control board's inability to provide Pennsylvanian's the service the deserve.

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Liquor Privatization Makes Economic Sense

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) is a highly unprofitable monopoly with extraordinary powers that have recently been used to increase prices and harm businesses.

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Breaking Down Barriers Following COVID-19

COVID-19 has kept many Pennsylvanians from frequenting the neighborhood coffee shops, nail salons, or retailers they once took for granted. But that’s not the real tragedy—even after stay at home orders are lifted and businesses are once again permitted to serve their customers, many of the 1 million small businesses across the commonwealth will have closed.

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