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Attorney General: 11am Sunday Alcohol Sales Are Legal

Attorney General: 11am Sunday Alcohol Sales Are Legal

Earlier this year state lawmakers passed a law – called the “brunch bill” – allowing for alcohol sales to begin at 11:00am on Sundays. Or did they? The bill modified section 05-02-05 of the North Dakota Century Code referencing when booze can be sold on Sundays and changed it from noon to 11:ooam (the change

Error In Legislation Means Earlier Sunday Booze Sales Might Not Be Legal

One of the more hotly contested bills during the 2015 legislative session earlier this year was the so-called “brunch bill.” That bill changes the law to allow bars and restaurants to begin serving alcohol on Sundays an hour earlier, at 11:00am instead of noon. Or did it? Here’s the relatively simple change to the law

ND Senate Reconsiders, Passes Bill For Earlier Sunday Booze Sales

Yesterday the state Senate defeated HB1434, introduced by Rep. Marie Strinden (D-Grand Forks), which is the the so-called “brunch bill” allowing for earlier booze sales on Sunday. One hour earlier, specifically. Under current law sales cannot begin until noon. This bill allows them starting at 11:00am. The bill got a one-vote majority in the Senate

ND Senate Says No To Earlier Sunday Booze Sales

HB1434, introduced by Rep. Marie Strinden (D-Grand Forks) would have allowed for restaurants to begin serving alcohol one hour earlier on Sundays. It’s called the “brunch” bill, since Sunday morning mimosas are a fad right now. North Dakota has the latest start-time for alcohol sales on Sundays in the region, starting at noon. Minnesota starts

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