Should Texas liquor stores sell alcoh...

Should Texas liquor stores sell alcohol on Sundays?

There are 22 comments on the story from Feb 9, 2009, titled Should Texas liquor stores sell alcohol on Sundays?. In it, reports that:

A state representative from San Antonio has filed a bill that would allow the sale of hard liquor on Sundays in Texas.

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Galveston, TX

#25 May 3, 2012
In this day and age I don't see what the problem is with selling hard alcohol on Sundays. People who drink too much are going to drink anyway...they can go to a bar or restaurant for lunch on Sunday and drink as much as the want...why can't the retail stores sell, too. I realize mom and pop stores would like a day off...but in this world of commercialism, they either open or lose the business. That's what happened with small town America...they let the Walmarts open on Sundays when they were all close, and they lost the business.
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San Antonio, TX

#26 May 4, 2012
I have actually never lived in a state that sold alcohol on sundays other than beer and wine. It makes no difference to me if they do or not.

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