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State senator renews push for Sunday liquor sales

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Duluth lawmaker is pushing a bill that would legalize liquor sales on Sundays, even though he admits its chances are slim.

Sen. Roger Reinert says consumers have wanted the change for years, the Star Tribune ( http://bit.ly/11Gi44R ) reports.

The bill's opponents, including the Minnesota Licensed Beverage Association, say the change would cause problems for liquor stores.

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