The legislature is quickly approaching the committee deadline.
House and Senate commerce chairs have not yet to added a full repeal version of Sunday liquor sales, or a local option to committee agendas. Passing Sunday sales this session will be an uphill battle if it doesn’t go through a committee.
YOU can get these bills into committee, but you must act fast.
- Make phone calls to your legislators.
Always be courteous, but ask your representatives to support Sunday liquor sales. Ask them to push commerce leadership for hearings. This is an issue Minnesota voters support 2 to 1. It deserves a discussion even if they don’t support with it.
- Email your legislators.We have already sent out a form letter on your behalf. Take a minute to explain in your own words why the issue important to you. It doesn’t have to be long, just respectful and sincere.
- Ask your legislators to meet with you to discuss the issue.
Meetings are the most effective and powerful way of communicating with legislators.
Find your Minnesota legislators and their contact information here: http://www.gis.leg.mn/OpenLayers/districts/
|Recent news editorials worth discussing with your representatives
End Minnesota ban on Sunday liquor sales, but with limited municipal flexibility
Article by: EDITORIAL BOARD , Star Tribune
OUR OPINION: Let Minnesota liquor stores open on Sundays
ANNOUNCEMENT: ST. PATRICK’S DAY REPEAL THE SUNDAY LIQUOR BAN RALLY AT FIRST AVE
Join MN Beer Activists, talented local musicians, supporting politicians, and special guests for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration to raise awareness and raise a pint.
Let’s end our legacy of prohibition. It is time Minnesota stopped sending money over the borders. Pick up the phone and make that phone call. We look forward to seeing you St. Patrick’s Day evening!