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You can now buy alcohol on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.Alcohol sales are only prohibited until noon on Christmas Day unless your city, township, village or county has opted out under the new law. These days, Sunday is treated like any other day during the week (with the only ban regarding alcohol sales from 2 AM to 7 AM), and you're good to go all day on Christmas Eve and after noon on Christmas Day - if your community hasn't opted out of the looser time restrictions.The new amendment allows communities to "opt out" of the looser time restrictions regarding alcohol sales by passage of resolution.It's tempting to assume the law was one of those holdovers from either Prohibition or the 19th century, when several states legislated to protect Sundays and Christmas Day for church attendance; but Michigan's most recent ban (aka blue law) was enacted in 1998 and amended several times since then with no leeway at all regarding Christmas.The state finally saw the light in 2010 (so to speak) and the alcohol ban on Sunday mornings and Christmas was lifted, at least for the most part.
The state keeps an interactive map so that you can check whether your local watering hole has obtained such a permit.Christmas festivities are often celebrated with spirits and at least some spiked eggnog.In fact, work Christmas parties are usually the perfect venue for someone to drink too much and regret their table dancing the next morning.For years and years, however, the State of Michigan made holiday reveling something of a challenge under its Blue Law that banned alcohol sales from 9 PM on Christmas Eve until 7 AM on December 26th.The same law banned alcohol sales before noon on Sundays.
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