Liquor Laws Used To Target Gay Bars But Now One State Will Apologize And Acknowledge That History For The First Time

Photo courtesy of BigStock/vmargineanu
Photo courtesy of BigStock/vmargineanu

Photo courtesy of BigStock/vmargineanu


The Chicago Tribune reports that from the end of Prohibition in 1933 through 1967, when a state Supreme Court ruling finally outlawed the practice, New Jersey, like many other states, wielded its liquor laws like bludgeons to shutter gay bars.

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