Alcohol laws in dark ages

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The controversy over liquor sales on Sunday [Aug. 12] and allowing convenience stores and grocery stores to sell liquor and beer on Sunday is exactly why we are looked upon by most other states as backward-thinking Midwestern hicks.

Liquor aisles in the grocery on Sunday look like a crime scene with the barricades and yellow tape. Ridiculous.

Let’s get out of the dark ages. Does anyone really believe this backward way of thinking is good for our image? Moreover, does anyone really believe it preserves our moral fiber? Come on!

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Greg Cheslyn, Fishers
 

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