Booze Monopoly Doesn’t Lower PA’s Alcohol-Related Traffic Fatalities

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The question for people who want to defend the state monopoly on public health grounds is: why do all of PA’s neighbors except West Virginia have much lower alcohol-related traffic fatalities?

Taxi and transit subsidies would be a better way to come at the drunk driving problem (since, you know, people don’t drink alcohol at the liquor store) and you could offset some of the cost with crazy high fines for drunk driving.

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