Reminder: Kansans can't buy liquor on Christmas
Here’s a friendly reminder that if you want to enjoy liquor on Christmas Day in Kansas, you’ll need to buy it in advance.
Kansas state law states no retail store may sell, offer for sale or deliver any liquor on Christmas Day.
East of the state line, you can purchase liquor in Missouri on Christmas But state-run liquor stores will be closed.
Though Prohibition ended 85 years ago this December, many states maintain Prohibition-era laws, which ban the sale of liquor on Sundays and certain holidays.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute reports that along with Kansas, Utah, North Dakota, Minnesota, Oklahoma, New York, Connecticut, Idaho, Colorado, South Dakota, Tennessee, Mississippi, Massachusetts, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania don’t allow alcohol sales in some fashion on Christmas.