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Yes, privatization would benefit citizens through lower prices and wider selection while increasing state revenue from taxes
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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
Being under age, I don't drink, but the laws are still pretty dumb, and if I ever do find myself purchasing alcohol, I'd want it to be privatized, because it's pretty fuckin' ridiculous to still be controlling the sale of alcohol as much as we are. 5 years ago from a Green in Chester Springs, PA
No, but stores should have some autonomy in buying and make it easier to get special order items. 5 years ago from a Green in Ambler, PA