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(Kare11)   A new bill has been introduced in the Minnesota House. This one is important, it would allow for the sales of alchohol on Sunday. We expect bipartisan support   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Minnesota House, Minnesota, Republicans, Eden Prairie, bipartisan support  
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2014-01-13 05:31:41 PM  
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"About f'ing time! Pass me one of those brewskis!"

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2014-01-13 05:03:18 PM  
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When I lived in Minneapolis a number of years ago, New Year's Eve fell on a Sunday. I've seen jackknifed semis that caused less of a backup on the highway than the line of people driving to Wisconsin to stock up on booze and beer.
2014-01-13 04:59:08 PM  
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NightOwl2255: Here in good ol progressive Oklahoma, you can't buy anything other than 3.2 beer on Sunday. And, of course, you can only buy wine and liquor at a liquor store. And that ain't gonna change any time soon.

Well it sure is good that Oklahoma is a republican state, where people recognize the need to keep government small and out of the way of commerce and personal freedom.
2014-01-13 04:37:41 PM  
1 vote:
Alchohol?  Will Minnesotans also be allowed to buy malk on Saturday?

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2014-01-13 04:36:10 PM  
1 vote:
Here in Dothan, Alabama we just had alcohol sales made legal on Sunday a few months ago. You can still only buy it after 1 pm after all the god fearing folk have had a chance to lock themselves in their storm cellars.
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