The commission is tasked with reviewing Indiana's antiquated alcohol laws.
The 2017 Hoosier Survey reveals more than half of Indiana residents support Sunday sales and cold beer sales in supermarkets and convenience stores.
The Alcohol Code Revision Commission is slated to meet over the next two years to review Indiana's alcohol laws, some of which date to prohibition.
The bill represents a new attempt to end the state's status as having the country's last statewide "blue law" prohibiting Sunday alcohol sales.
Bloomington Brewing Company saw a boost in sales yesterday, thanks in part to Super Bowl Sunday.
Indiana supermarkets have been trying for seven years to repeal the ban.
Advocates against Sunday sales say deregulation would hurt small liquor stores.
Other issues are crowding out talk about Sunday alcohol sales.
WFIU’s Christopher Ayers has the story of what, if anything, wineries and breweries are doing to prepare for added competition this summer.