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Published: Sunday, March 10, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Regarding the news story “Lawmakers express sour grapes over LCB in-house label”: That Robert Marcus, one of the commissars running the state's socialist liquor monopoly, could openly lie in testimony to the House Appropriations Committee about the origin of the state's usurping of yet another role of private individuals (by bottling government-branded wines and vodka) provides further evidence that the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is devoid of any semblance of respect for the citizenry — just like its predecessor state enterprises that characterized the Soviet Union.

Amesh A. Adalja

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