Hearing tomorrow on Sunday alcohol sales plan

State officials have scheduled a public hearing tomorrow to discuss legislation which would allow liquor stores and supermarkets to sell alcohol on Sundays.A report last

HARTFORD - State officials have scheduled a public hearing tomorrow to discuss legislation which would allow liquor stores and supermarkets to sell alcohol on Sundays.

A report last year estimated the state could take in an additional $8 million in tax revenue without the Sunday ban.

Gov. Dannel Malloy has said he would sign the bill if it reaches his desk.

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