No Minnesota Sunday liquor store sales in 2016, either, House vote
Minnesota’s 158-year-old ban on Sunday liquor store sales will remain for at least another year.
The House voted 70-56 to keep the ban in place Thursday.
Minnesota is one of a dozen with similar blue laws. Most of the other states are southern, along with Utah, Montana, and Indiana.
Minnesota already allows a few exceptions, mostly approved in recent years. Craft breweries and microdistilleries can make limited sales on Sundays. Restaurants and bars can serve alcohol with municipal approval.