Over seventy-five years ago, Prohibition was repealed in the United States and once again beer was sold openly to the public. What's hard to believe is that after all of that time, while almost every other state in our nation embraces consumer convenience, Pennsylvania is still no closer to reforming Prohibition-era beer laws. So what does this mean for you?
It means you still can't buy a six-pack of beer conveniently in Pennsylvania. It means Pennsylvania is still saddled with an antiquated, ineffective and unsafe system for licensing liquor sales.
We believe that the Keystone State deserves better. The time has come to support legislation that would provide the reform that we have been looking for.
Free My Beer supports any proposed legislation that would eliminate the so-called "beer-gas prohibition" and, thanks to your support, the Pennsylvania House of Representative passed legislation - HB 466 - that would do so. The ball is now in the Pennsylvania Senate's court. The good news is, just last year, a majority of the Senate voted to eliminate the beer-gas prohibition. We need them to do so again.
Urge your legislators to support legislation such as House Bill 466 that would eliminate the prohibition of selling gasoline and beer at the same location. It makes no sense why convenience restaurant customers cannot buy beer, while other restaurant customers can.
This form will allow you to urge your support to ensure a majority of your colleagues pass legislation that includes the elimination of this archaic and anti-competitive provision.
Legislators in Pennsylvania will want to make sure these letters are coming from their constituents therefore the information below is required.
Congratulations! You've just made a difference in the fight for beer freedom in Pennsylvania. Your constituents (and beer) thank you.
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