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COLUMNIST MARILYN HAGERTY: Sunday grocery sales began 25 years ago

Published 04/05/2010

The old laws were favorable to the small grocery stores with a work force of three and the manager. These stores could sell limited items. Under the new North Dakota laws, food and other items such as laundry soap and toilet paper could be sold. Critics of the new laws said they made Sunday seem like any other day of the week.

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