Message in a bottle

    If Gov.-elect Corbett presses ahead with his goal of privatizing liquor stores, what would that mean for you as a consumer? What would it mean for the state? Readers are airing it out in today’s hot Junto topic. From the boards:

    CForeman: “Ending the state store system, and allowing market-based competition would bring greater variety and lower prices to Pennsylvania shoppers.”

    Sara Cederberg: “I think everyone can agree that the state system is antiquated at best, but I’m not entirely confident in Corbett’s ability to make privatization perfect.”

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