The bill lawmakers passed this session requires that 60 percent of alcohol sales be for on-site drinking in order for permits to be renewed.
A battle is brewing at the Statehouse as lawmakers try to keep legislation alive that addresses a loophole used by Ricker's convenience store to sell cold beer.
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Ricker’s can keep its two permits, but when those permits are up for renewal at year’s end, the rules will be different.
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A convenience store chain has been able to legally sell cold beer through a loophole in Indiana law.
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The Indiana stores are continuing their fight against a law that only allows liquor stores to sell cold beer.