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Berks Country Pharmacann makes medical marijuana products. (Reading Eagle Photo via Getty Images)
Going Green in PA: State Senate Committee Holds First Hearing on Adult-Use Marijuana

The Law and Justice Committee’s first hearing on adult-use marijuana focused on testimony from law enforcement and local officials.

Emily Leone Honhart pictured at her shop Wandering Spirits in in Ligonier, Westmoreland County. (Courtesy Emily Leone Honhart)
A Bonfire Bitch-Fest Turned a Pennsylvania Woman Into an Independent Liquor Store Owner

After complaining about the lack of Pennsylvania-brewed liquor options offered at state stores, Emily Leone Honhart set out to change things and emerged from her pandemic bubble as an independent liquor store owner.

Elaine Pivinski (Courtesy Franklin Hill Vineyards)
Meet the OG of Pennsylvania’s Women-Owned Wineries

Elaine Pivinski started Franklin Hill Vineyards with one row of grapes in 1976. Today, the operation includes a winery, a distillery, and three retail shops.

NEPA’rogi owners Frank Marcinkowski and Lauren Gorney, in front of their Luzerne County shop. (Courtesy of Lauren Gorney)
Young Business Owners Bring New Flavor to Old Tradition

On National Pierogi Day, Lauren Gorney tells us about her family’s new pierogi business in Luzerne County.

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State Liquor Stores Are Rationing Booze: We Got the List

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is indefinitely rationing the purchase of certain bands of alcohol due to supply chain issues. Plan accordingly.

A Gadsden Flag flag left by Pro-Trump terrorists who entered the U.S. Capitol building is seen after mass demonstrations in the nations capital during a joint session Congress to ratify President-elect Joe Biden on January 06, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Oliver Contreras/For The Washington Post via Getty Images)
Some Companies Say They Won’t Donate to Republicans Supporting Terrorism. Others Inexplicably Cut Off All Donations.

And that isn't the only money troubles Republicans are facing. If they financed the terrorists who attacked Capitol Hill, they could become un-bankable.

Trump's social media and business allies appeared to be abandoning him in the wake of the terrorism at the US Capitol on Jan. 6, despite enabling him for years.
Business Leaders Abandon Trump, Call for 25th Amendment While Social Media Finally Takes Action

Despite enabling him for years, some of Trump's business community allies have called for the president to be removed from office. Facebook also suspended the president's accounts.