The chairman of an Indiana Senate committee that handles alcohol matters has scheduled a hearing for a bill to allow retail Sunday booze sales.
Indiana’s alcohol excise tax hasn’t changed in 36 years. And the state’s Alcohol Code Revision Commission thinks it should, recommending a 25 percent increase.
Two leading voices on Indiana alcohol issues say there's little chance lawmakers will take action allowing convenience and grocery stores to sell cold beer.
Gov. Eric Holcomb and key Indiana lawmakers are set to discuss some of the biggest issues likely to emerge during the coming legislative session.
The report says Indiana’s rate of deaths could rise from 43 to 61 people per 100,000 by 2025 if the focus on individual well-being isn’t addressed.
Indiana's infant mortality rate continues to rise and is linked to substance use disorders.
A commission reviewing Indiana's antiquated booze laws is backing a repeal of a prohibition on retail Sunday alcohol sales.
Two powerful groups whose past disagreements have blocked attempts to legalize carryout Sunday alcohol sales in Indiana say they have reached an agreement.
The committee is facing a December deadline to submit its proposal for potential changes to Sunday sales and cold beer laws.
A new awareness campaign encourages college students to utilize the Indiana Lifeline Law in case of an alcohol related medical emergency.