FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota’s law banning Sunday shopping from midnight to noon is now history.
Whatever it is you’re in the market for, you can now shop for it on Sunday mornings in North Dakota.
That’s because the state’s Blue Laws have been lifted.
“Well you’ve never been able to come until after lunch, which kind of gets in the way of your afternoons if you have something else that you want to do. So it’s kind of nice to have the opportunity to come whenever you want to shop,” said Target shopper Wendy Trottier.
Big retailers like Target and Menards are now opening at 7 and 8 on Sunday mornings, and both Fargo Walmarts are open 24/7.