Getting to the bottom of the Kiosk

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Auditor General Jack Wagner has set his sites on auditing Pennsylvania’s new wine dispensing kiosks after some started to malfunction this week.

Wagner wants to sample the machines, or rather the company like a fine wine to get to the bottom of why it has in Wagner’s words left consumers “high and dry, during the height of the holidays.”

The Kiosks were rolled out during the summer too much fanfare, and now Wagner wants to know if the machines are living up to the expectations touted by the Liquor Control Board.

Wagner expects the audit to take a couple of months.

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