Last year at roughly this same time, NAC linked to an Associated Press story in the Louisville Courier-Journal, "Diners complain about Christmas alcohol ban." The piece has disappeared from the Internet, but here was the gist:
Christmas dinners at Indiana restaurants don't include a champagne toast -- or alcohol of any kind.
State law prohibits restaurants and bars from selling alcohol on Christmas, a ban that annoys the managers of many Hoosier establishments, who say it hurts their business.
It bears repeating a year later that while there are archaic laws in every American state, it's hard to imagine a more obvious violation of church-state separation than this one -- or a better example of deaf legislators when it comes to making the case.
Sounds like a job for the ACLU.