After a 40 year ban, liquor store owners might get to start selling on Sundays if SB08-082 passes. And it looks like it will–yesterday the bill easily passed second reading in the Senate and is expected to pass third reading as well–then it is on to the House. Passage of the bill could potentially mean increasing store owners’ revenues 8-12 percent, according to the Rocky Mountain News. The Colorado Department of Revenue tracks liquor sales revenues and taxes. You can view their monthly report here, or at our library.
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