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abardavidfields-thumb.jpgThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is advocating for an increase to its markup on liquor and wine, reports the AP. The move — which would mark the state's first increase in 20 years — would add 35 cents to each unit (up from 30). It comes as the State seeks to privatize liquor and wine sales by selling 1,200 new private store licenses, allowing thousands of bars, restaurants and grocery stores to begin selling bottles of wine. [AP][Photo]

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