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Thu December 16, 2010
Sunday morning alcohol sales won't happen everywhere
Michigan's new liquor law that allows alcohol sales on Sunday mornings and Christmas Day starts this weekend for establishments that have bought the proper permits. But, some communities in the state say they plan to continue to ban alcohol sales during certain hours on Sunday.
As The Associated Press reports:
Flint, Muskegon Heights, Garden City, Sturgis, Charlotte and all of Oceana, Ogemaw and Mecosta counties are among the places opting to continue banning Sunday morning sales.
Local governments had until yesterday to let officials know if they wanted to continue to ban or limit the sales on Sunday mornings.