Holcomb has until next week to sign – or reject – all approved bills.
Lawmakers completed a temporary rewrite of the state’s alcohol carryout laws to address a convenience store that found a legal work-around.
The proposed legislative language would bar Ricker from renewing his permits next year.
The controversy over Ricker’s convenience stores’ ability to sell cold beer and hard alcohol grew more contentious.
Indiana's Alcohol and Tobacco Commission approved a temporary hold on 367 renewals on Tuesday.
A state Natural Resources Commission public hearing is set for Tuesday in Portage on changing regulations to permit alcohol sales.
The recommendations don’t include anything about allowing Sunday alcohol carryout sales or allowing retailers other than liquor stores to sell cold beer.
A study committee is looking at comprehensive changes to the state's alcohol laws.
The fight over whether or not Indiana Dunes State Park can serve alcohol continues.
The bill would allow those with alcohol-related convictions in the past three years to purchase firearms.