Liquor sales will soon be allowed on Sunday mornings in Michigan because of a compromise between state lawmakers and Gov. Jennifer Granholm.
There won’t be any Sunday morning liquor sales in Michigan just yet. Governor Jennifer Granholm has vetoed legislation that would have allowed early morning sales on Sundays and holidays.
Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm says she’s “very close” to deciding if she’ll sign a bill that would allow Sunday morning liquor sales.
It might soon be legal to sell liquor in Michigan on Sunday mornings.
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm’s plan to eliminate a budget deficit includes a tax amnesty plan, expanded liquor sales hours, department spending cuts and some surplus money intended for schools.