Though the pressure to drop Connecticut’s ban on Sunday sales of beer, wine and liquor is growing, the state senator who has blocked its repeal for years is determined to hold the line for as long as he can.
“If you can’t satisfy your quench for alcohol on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday and you need it on Sunday, then you need help,” said state Sen. Tom Colapietro, a Bristol Democrat.
Colapietro, co-chairman of the legislative committee that has jurisdiction over liquor sales, said allowing Sunday sales would neither generate more revenue for the state nor create more jobs. Click here for the rest of the story.
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