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Distribution of answers submitted by High School Diploma voters.
Yes, privatization would benefit citizens through lower prices and wider selection while increasing state revenue from taxes
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Yes, as long as the revenues stay in state and we do not hurt all the mom and pop distributors in the state. i do not need walmart and target making all the profits. 5 years ago from a Republican in Sharon Hill, PA
Yes, but the store license should by given to Local Sources not large Companies such as Walmart etc keep the money in the state not fill a corp coffer. 5 years ago from a Green in Pittsburgh, PA
No. Privatization, after such a long period of time under state control, would end in the hands of political cronyism with the stores and distribution being sold for pennies on the dollar under the typical friends and family plan the corrupt politicians... 5 years ago from a Republican in Carbondale, PA
Only if politics were kept out of it, which it can't, so NO. 5 years ago from a Democrat in Old Zionsville, PA