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Can someone explain how it is constitutionally acceptable to have Sunday alcohol bans?


I live in a state that still has Blue Laws and slowly more and more towns are getting rid of them, but some cities still have bans on Sunday Alcohol sales. Since the reasoning behind the Sunday alcohol bans not being reversed is related to religion how is this allowed?

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Keith Abt (FatFreddysCat) says

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    Peeples 2 years ago

    But their reasoning behind not selling it is based on their religious beliefs that Sunday is a "special day" Isn't that mixing religion and laws?


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    Peeples 2 years ago

    I saw a news segment where a local politician actually said "people should be in church, not out buying alcohol" It seems this is a mix that should not be allowed.


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    Peeples 2 years ago

    I was referring to the fact the law is based on religion.

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    Peeples 2 years ago

    I agree! Even on a religious level it really makes no sense and instead seems to be a way of attempting to control people.


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