Journalists Roundtable is on the road at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette this week. In Harrisburg, the House was the center of legislative action as it considered four bills further privatizing the sale of wine and spirits, both at the wholesale and retail level. They also discussed a charter school bill that could save $27 million. As the primary election nears on May 18, incumbent first-term mayor Bill Peduto faces opposition in the primary from two contenders. Uber, the ride sharing service, has been in the news in the Pittsburgh area because it plans a Pittsburgh-based driverless car facility. Also, earlier this year, the governor announced the closure of a prison in Pittsburgh, a move expected to save $81 mllion. This week’s guests are from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Chris Potter, Reporter; Adam Smeltz; Reporter; and Brian O’Neill, Columnist. Our host is Brian Lockman.