The economic effects of COVID-19 have devastated businesses. With approximately 30 percent of the average restaurant's revenue from alcohol sales, we need to remove unnecessary barriers that are hurting small businesses.
Currently, South Carolina has some of the most restrictive Sunday sales laws in the country, in addition to prohibiting curbside and delivery of beer and wine. These antiquated beer and wine regulations restrict responsible adults to absurd inconvenience and limit business’s ability to interact with consumers, when many businesses are struggling to stay open. South Carolinians want this Prohibition-era regulation off the books
What is the solution?
- H 3575, H 3772, and H 3013 embrace free-market principles and allow businesses and people to decide when and where they want to shop for legal products.
Other states have shown that easing regulations on small businesses and restaurants does not jeopardize public safety.
Sign the letter to ask your lawmakers to support smart solutions and break outdated barriers for South Carolinians!