From Reason :
On July 1, Virginia’s General Assembly voted to allow  bars and restaurants to advertise happy hours, which is the latest in a series of minor victories for the movement to liberalize U.S. liquor laws. In 2019, Congress lifted the ban on distilling spirits on Native American land , and a Supreme Court decision  opened the door for constitutional challenges to state laws that restrict liquor sales across state lines.
Many of these laws date to the period immediately following the appeal of the Volstead Act, says Jarrett Dieterle, who’s the director of commercial freedom at the free market policy group R Street,  and the editor of drinksreform.com . These changes may seem small, says Dieterle, “but they are slowly pointing us towards a better, boozy future.”
To continue the progress, Dieterle has identified five dumb booze laws that lawmakers should eliminate next.
- “Reason”: https://reason.com/video/the-5-dumbest-laws-restricting-the-sale-of-booze/
- “voted to allow”: https://wtvr.com/2019/07/01/virginia-happy-hour/
- “distilling spirits on Native American land”: https://www.npr.org/2018/12/16/677157729/with-200-year-ban-lifted-distilling-returns-to-native-american-lands
- “Supreme Court decision”: https://www.barrons.com/articles/fine-wine-consumers-could-benefit-from-supreme-court-ruling-01562610643
- “R Street,”: http://rstreet.org/
- “drinksreform.com”: http://www.drinksreform.org/