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Bill to Let Bars Open Early on Sunday, St. Patrick’s Day

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Mainers wanting to get their St. Patrick’s Day started early this year just might be able to do that, even on a Sunday. A bill has been introduced to add a few hours to the time people can buy a drink on Sunday March 17th. When Sunday and St. Patrick’s Day are the same day, there is a little ‘issue.’

Maine law prohibits the sale of liquor on Sunday between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. This new bill says bars and restaurants would be allowed to serve alcohol starting at 6 a.m. when St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th, falls on a Sunday, as it does this year.  The sponsor of the bill said  bars stand to lose a lot of money if they can’t open early that day.

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