The state is rolling back the hours that liquor can be served on Sunday mornings.
That means golfers can get their Bloody Mary's and Mimosas at 6 a.m. instead of waiting until 10 a.m.
Sports bars can serve spirits to fans who show up early for the big game on Sunday morning.
Arizona liquor laws change in August to allow earlier sales of booze on Sunday.
The owner of one Tempe sports bar said early Sunday alcohol sales could mean a few more hundred dollars a day.
Tucson State Rep. Frank Antenori said rolling back Sunday morning sales of booze would be good for both tourism and the restaurant industry during weak economic times.