State Sen. Jim Brewster has penned an OP-ED for The Intelligencer that explains the risks posed by the rush to further privatize/outsource the PLCB. The senator notes, "Those on the short end of this plan include our taxpayers — revenues and taxes are expected to yield nearly $750 million in 2016-17 — and the 4,000 workers and their families who now serve the public in the wine and spirits system."

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Albert Brooks
  April 13, 2017 7:08am

Tripled employment in the industry, greater selection, greater convenience, less government, less border bleed, all with barely the US average amount of stores. I'll take that any day.