Indiana supermarkets have been trying for seven years to repeal the ban.
A group of convenience store owners is suing Indiana, saying its alcohol laws provide liquor stores an unfair advantage.
Convenience stores in Indiana want to change the state's strict blue laws, but liquor stores are fighting back.
The Public Policy Committee failed to meet Wednesday, thereby not voting on the measure.
Advocates against Sunday sales say deregulation would hurt small liquor stores.
WFIU’s Christopher Ayers has the story of what, if anything, wineries and breweries are doing to prepare for added competition this summer.