I came across this article in the April 7, 1933 Monroe Evening News. I posted it about two years ago but today is April 7 so I thought it was worth re-posting. The story is about when certain states were planning to amend the Volstead Act. Remember this list is as of April 7th, 1933.
Michigan amended it on May 11, 1933.
3.2 beer went on sale on April 7th, 1933 in: District of Columbia, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware (in Wilmington only), Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Washington, and Wisconsin.
Dates have been set for the sale in the following seven states: Louisiana, April 13; Maine, June 10; North Carolina, May 1; North Dakota, July 1; Vermont, May 1; West Virginia, June 8; Wyoming, May 18.
Legislative or other action still pending in these 15 states: Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, and South Carolina.
Beer legislation has failed in these three states: Arkansas, Georgia, and Idaho.
No action taken in these 4 states: Kansas, Mississippi, Utah, and Virginia.
Sale subject to referendum in 1934 for this state: South Dakota.