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As Pa. lawmakers work out a budget, trans athletes, liquor, and election money take center stage

Pennsylvania lawmakers are working on a budget behind closed doors but are moving forward bills addressing trans student athletes, liquor and election money.

By Sam Dunklau

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board reverses decision on CBD edibles

Consumable CBD products include things like gummies, edibles, non-alcoholic beverages and tinctures.

By The Associated Press

Mixed drinks to-go could be back on the menu at Pennsylvania bars and restaurants

A pair of state senators is trying to re-legalize the popular pandemic-era drinks – after an earlier attempt failed to reach the finish line.

By Sam Dunklau

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All Russian-made alcohol removed from Pennsylvania’s Fine Wine and Good Spirits stores

The decision comes after Gov. Tom Wolf urged the PLCB to remove the items as a show of solidarity to the people of Ukraine.

By Becky Metrick/PennLive

Will voters decide the future of liquor sales in Pa.?

Constitutional amendment proposed
By Scott LaMar/WITF

A move to privatize all of Pennsylvania’s liquor sales draws familiar opponents

Dozens of Fine Wine and Good Spirits employees, backed by the United Food and Commercial Workers union, rallied against the move in Harrisburg Monday

By Sam Dunklau

Liquor Control Board awards nearly $2 million in grants to support Pennsylvania’s wine, beer and cider industries

Some $600,000 of that total was awarded to Penn State University for eight different wine and malt and brewed beverage projects.

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

Pennsylvania liquor stores put 2-bottle limit on some booze

Pennsylvania’s state-run liquor system is rationing sales of a few dozen products in response to what it describes as supply shortages beyond its control. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board notified license holders on Thursday that two-bottles-per-day purchase limits for customers at state stores as well as well for bars, restaurants and other license holders goes into effect Friday and will remain in place indefinitely.

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press

Pennsylvania liquor board waives nearly $28M in fees

Pennsylvania liquor regulators on Wednesday waived nearly $28 million in 2021 fees for bars, restaurants, hotels and other retail licensees that have been hit hard by the pandemic and state-imposed restrictions.

By The Associated Press