Not Abolishing, But “Modernizing” State Stores And The PA Liquor Laws

So here we are again. State lawmakers are making noise about reforming Pennsylvania’s liquor laws and state store system. But the difference this time? Baby steps. No one appears to be willing to take on the task of dismantling the system entirely, but merely issues of “convenience” and modernization. This means allowing supermarkets to sell beer and wine (which would be a nice start), state stores to individually adjust pricing, and the opening of miniature state stores inside grocery stores, among other things.

They’ve got some more details on this week’s proposals over on the Philly mag news blog. Check it out via the link below.

Pennsylvania Senate To Discuss Liquor Law Reform This Week [Philly mag]