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State Rep. Jeff Pyle represents the 60th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Armstrong, Indiana, and Butler Counties.

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The 60th Legislative District consists of part of ARMSTRONG County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Bethel, Boggs, Burrell, Cadogan, East Franklin, Gilpin, Kiskiminetas, Kittanning, Manor, North Buffalo, Rayburn, South Bend, South Buffalo, Valley and West Franklin and the BOROUGHS of Applewold, Ford City, Ford Cliff, Freeport, Kittanning, Manorville, North Apollo, West Kittanning and Worthington; Part of BUTLER County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Buffalo and Winfield and Part of INDIANA County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Blacklick, Conemaugh and Young.

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Liquor Control Committee to Consider Two Bills

Dec. 17, 2019 /

WHAT: The House Liquor Control Committee, chaired by Rep. Jeff Pyle (R-Armstrong/Butler/Indiana), will hold a voting meeting to consider two proposals. They are measures to improve customer convenience in wine sales by increasing the cap on the amount of wine that can be bought in a single purchase (House Bill 1279) and suspend the auction of expired licenses in possession of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board dating back to 2000 until the formation of the Wine and Spirits Wholesale and Retail Privatization Commission and the publication of its study (House Bill 1544).

Liquor Control Committee to Consider Two Bills

Oct. 17, 2019 /

WHAT: The House Liquor Control Committee, chaired by Rep. Jeff Pyle (R-Armstrong/Butler/Indiana), will hold a voting meeting to consider two proposals. They are measures to allow hotel liquor licenses issued before 1949 to be sold as restaurant licenses (House Bill 1617) and allow club licenses, just like restaurant licenses, to remain in safekeeping for up to two years and subsequent years for an additional fee (House Bill 1886).

House Liquor Control Committee Holds Hearing on Legislation to Repeal Flexible Pricing

Sep. 10, 2019 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Jeff Pyle (R-Armstrong/Butler/Indiana), majority chairman of the House Liquor Control Committee, and other members of the committee held a public hearing today to gather testimony on Rep. Jesse Topper’s (R-Bedford/Fulton/Franklin) proposal to repeal the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s (PLCB) flexible pricing ability.

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