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Voters in three midstate communities say 'yes' to liquor sales

Written by The Associated Press | May 20, 2015 6:23 AM
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(Upper Allen) --  Voters in several communities across the commonwealth have approved the sale of alcohol, including three in the midstate.

The measure to allow liquor licenses for restaurants and bars was overwhelmingly approved in Upper Allen Township.

The Cumberland County community has been dry since Prohibition. 

The question also won approval in Bellevue and Wilkinsburg, which have banned alcohol sales since 1935. 

Voters in Windsor Township in York County and Franklin County's Antrim Township approved alcohol sales.

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