Indiana is one of just three states in the country without an official state insect. Legislation passed in the Senate Tuesday would change that.
A Sunday alcohol sales bill has never so much as passed a Senate committee before this year, let alone the whole chamber.
Sen. Karen Tallian’s proposed amendment would make Sunday alcohol sales available like every other day – from 7 a.m. to 3 a.m.
The chairman of an Indiana Senate committee that handles alcohol matters has scheduled a hearing for a bill to allow retail Sunday booze sales.
State lawmakers say an alliance between grocery and liquor stores boosts chances for Sunday alcohol sales passage like never before.
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.
Lawmakers say Caesars' pending purchase of Indiana’s two racetrack casinos shouldn’t change much in the legislature when it comes to the gaming industry.
Lawmakers completed a temporary rewrite of the state’s alcohol carryout laws to address a convenience store that found a legal work-around.
A Senate lawmaker wants the Hoosier Lottery to create a new scratch-off game to benefit homeless veterans.