For the first time, Pennsylvanians can buy booze at State Stores on Martin Luther King Day.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board says Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores that are normally open Mondays will be in business today.

A bill signed into law last year loosened numerous alcohol restrictions in Pennsylvania; State Stores had previously been banned from opening on holidays.

On MLK Day and on Presidents Day (which is Feb. 20 this year), the stores will follow their normal Monday hours.

On Memorial Day and July 4, the stores will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Other recent changes to Pennsylvania's liquor laws include allowing grocery stores, bars and hotels that sell beer under a restaurant license to apply for an expanded wine license to sell bottles to go; permitting beer distributors to sell six-packs, growlers and single bottles; and expanding the number of wineries able to ship bottles to Pennsylvania consumers.