Conn. poised to allow retail alcohol sales on Sundays, some holidays
Connecticut is one step closer to becoming the 49th state to allow retail alcohol sales on Sundays and some holidays, following the state Senate’s passage of a bill that would overhaul some of the state’s liquor laws. State senators passed a modified version of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s original bill 28-6 on Tuesday. Malloy said he plans to sign the bill into law, which would result in immediate Sunday alcohol sales.