Customers waiting for cashiers meander inside of The Surdyk’s liquor store in Minneapolis on Sunday, March 12. The store has opened for business even though Minnesota’s new Sunday liquor-sales law does not take effect until July.
Customers waiting for cashiers meander inside of The Surdyk’s liquor store in Minneapolis on Sunday, March 12. The store has opened for business even though Minnesota’s new Sunday liquor-sales law does not take effect until July. Xavier Wang Star Tribune
Customers waiting for cashiers meander inside of The Surdyk’s liquor store in Minneapolis on Sunday, March 12. The store has opened for business even though Minnesota’s new Sunday liquor-sales law does not take effect until July. Xavier Wang Star Tribune

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