About 48 wine and liquor vendors want the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to approve a price increase for more than 450 products.
Officials believe the increase would create about $5-million in annual returns for the state.
The board is expected to vote on the price increase on Wednesday at its regular board meeting.
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