CT House approves Sunday liquor sales

By an overwhelming vote of 116-27, the CT House has approved the sale of liquor by package stores on Sunday.  But the watered down version, a far cry from the proposal made by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy – which would have included permission for convenience stores to sell beer – could face opposition from the administration.  The bill now heads to the CT Senate.

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  1. The argument against convenience store liquor sales is a silly one. First off there are convenience stores that do sell liquor, those who do not sell gas. So what those who support the ban on convenience store liquor sales are saying is that a person that buys gas and bottled liquor at the same place is likely to drink and drive. Ridiculous! It is far more likely that a patron of a bar or restaurant that serves liquor will drive drunk.

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