Pennsylvania Senate Republicans want to loosen restrictions on the sale of certain alcoholic beverages.
A Senate Republican plan would allow bars, beer distributors and restaurants to sell bottles of wine, as well as six-packs of beer.
Democrats oppose that.
They say it would sap $50-million from the state treasury.
The latest GOP plan diverges drastically from a previous proposal to shut down the state-controlled wine and liquor system.
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