Belly up: Should Texas liquor stores open on Sundays?
Senfronia Thompson, D-Houston, would roll back one of the last Texas ... just because car dealers are open every day of the week. Neither will most hard liquor drinkers buy more bourbon or scotch just because the liquor stores are open Sundays.
Is it time for auto dealership blue laws to hit the road?
By 1961 in Texas ... Family time? The blue law lets dealerships pick which weekend day they would rather be open. Most choose to work Saturday and close Sunday. That, Churchill said, gives shoppers one day to browse car lots on their own and get an ...
Reid Ryan gives opening address at SABR in Houston
Reid Ryan is well on his way to becoming a Texas legend just like his father. He was the right person to kick off SABR-days as declared by Mayor Anise Parker. The conference runs through Sunday so come on down to the Royal Sonesta and be a part of Houston ...
Tesla Testifies In Texas, Takes On State's Auto Dealers Over Stores
Texas is tough, and Texas car ... only Tesla. It applies solely to carmakers who sell "only all electric-powered or all battery-powered motor vehicles." Those makers must have had locations open in the state before March 1, and have no franchised dealers.
Why Can’t I Buy a Car or Liquor on Sundays?
Hey, Texplainer: Why can’t I buy a car or liquor on Sundays? You can’t buy liquor on Sundays and car dealerships can only be open one day over a weekend because of the last remnants of so-called “blue laws” in Texas. Blue laws have been around ...