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Citing public health risks and peer-reviewed studies, MADD opposes privatization
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Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Steps up for PLCB Workers & Opposes Corbett’s Privatization Scheme
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CLEAR Coalition: CLEAR coalition rejects Gov. Corbett’s risky scheme to dismantle the PLCB.
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Pennsylvania Nurses Oppose Gov. Corbett’s Privatization Push
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Pennsylvanians Concerned about Alcohol Problems Opposes Privatization of PA Wine & Spirits Shops
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Pennsylvania State Education Association: PSEA president responds to Governor Corbett’s liquor privatization scheme.
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Philadelphia Unemployment Project Calls for Legislature to Stop the Closing of State Liquor Stores
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Sens. Jay Costa and Andy Dinniman: Costa, Dinniman express dismay at liquor privatization plan.
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PA Interfaith Network Denounces Gov. Corbett’s Plans to Displace 5,000 PA Workers
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Mercer County Commissioners took stands this week against proposals in the state legislature to privatize state liquor stores and in support of all state workers.
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PLCB testimony: Over the past five (5) years, the PLCB has contributed nearly two billion three hundred million dollars ($2,300,000,000.00) to the State Treasury
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Philadelphia City Council Resolution Opposing PLCB Privatization
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Erie City Council opposes privatization scheme.
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Philadelphia City Council Resolution Urging the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to oppose the proposed privatization of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Wine and Spirits Stores.
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The Virginia Interfaith Center reports that, “Research demonstrates that low income and minority communities are at greater risk of being impacted by the negative social consequences of increased alcohol availability due to privatization.”
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Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation tells lawmakers: “Privatizing would increase violence, burglary, vandalism, drunk driving, reckless sex, teen pregnancy, and addiction in Pennsylvania.”
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National Trade Association tells lawmakers: “Many privatization proposals promise windfall profits but do not stand up to accounting scrutiny and often involve significant hidden price increases for consumers.”
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Rep. Murphy takes on ‘big business’ push to privatize valuable state asset.
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Who Benefits from Private Liquor Sales?
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A $2 billion MYTH vs. $500 million in HARD CASH every year!
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Control State Politics Big Alcohol’s Attempt to Dismantle Regulation State by State
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Keeping Alcohol Out of the Hands of Pennsylvania’s Young People: Wine and Spirits Store Employees Do It Right
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