The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, caught in a crossfire amid Gov. Tom Corbett’s efforts to privatize the system, announced record revenue and net income for fiscal 2013.

Its $2.2 billion in revenue represented a $93 million or 4.5% increase from the previous fiscal year, the board said in a statement Monday. The agency paid a record $512 million in sales tax, liquor tax and transfers to the general fund, an increase of $18 million.

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