Sunday Sales Now Allowed In Connecticut!
On May 14th, Governor Dannel Malloy signed legislation ending Connecticut’s antiquated ban on the Sunday sale of alcohol. Connecticut consumers can now enjoy the freedom and convenience of purchasing alcohol at neighborhood package and grocery stores on Sundays and the Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day holidays.
Thank you to everyone who helped support the End Connecticut’s Blue Laws Coalition.
Put Connecticut Consumers First!
End Connecticut’s Blue Laws!
It’s time to put Connecticut’s consumers first by ending the state’s antiquated blue laws regulated the sale of alcohol. That’s why the End Connecticut’s Blue Laws Coalition supports:
- Lower prices by ending minimum pricing regulations. (learn more)
- Encouraging entrepreneurship and job creation. (learn more)
Connecticut consumers deserve more convenience, more choice, and lower prices when shopping for beer, wine, and spirits. And our neighborhood grocery and package stores deserve the right to compete on an even playing field with stores in neighboring states that have already repealed their outdated blue laws.