|Advertisements and Research on the issue of privatization|
"Greed Kills" -- View TV
Read North Carolina's news story cited at the end of "Greed Kills": "NC Loses One Child Per Week in Underage Drinking-Related Accidents" -- 88.5 WFDD (North Carolina)
(*None of the statistics in the advertisement were done by or related to the UFCW)
"You'll Never See Me Graduate..." -- View TV
"Corbett's Reckless Privatization Scheme" -- View TV
"The Governor's Irresponsible Plans to Sell the PA Lottery and Wine & Spirits Stores" -- View TV
A full list of independent research studies and their summaries on why liquor privatization is bad public policy. Read here.
A comprehensive study on what would happen if North Carolina expanded liquor into a private market.
North Carolina news story: "NC loses one child per week in underage drinking-related accidents"
CDC Report for 2007 -- Page 105 shows Pennsylvania has the lowest death rate associated with alcohol consumption
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Reports
Governor Corbett's PFM Report
PFM Report shows $14 million dollars lost -- NOT gained from the sale of PA's Wine and Spirits Stores
Independent polls show that a majority of people do NOT support the privatization of PA's Wine and Spirits Stores. View a chart that shows the drop in support for liquor privatization since 2011.
Read the Franklin and Marshall poll from June 2015 that shows less than 2 percent of voters think liquor privatization is a top priority for PA lawmakers.
Read the Franklin and Marshall poll from July 2, 2014 -- pages 14 and 15 deal with liquor privatization questions where the majority of participants believe PA's Wine and Spirits Stores should be Modernized or kept the same rather than privatized.
LCB Annual Report 2012-13.pdf
LCB Financial Fact Sheet.pdf
LCB statement on 2012-13 FY.pdf
PLCB Mid Yr Financial Release FY '14-'15.pdf