Sunday alcohol carryout sales would become legal even earlier than expected under a legislative change made in a House committee Wednesday.
As Indiana’s alcohol laws draw closer to allowing Sunday sales, some brewery owners are worried that it will hurt their sales.
Legalized Sunday alcohol carryout sales seem a near certainty after the House approved such a bill just one day after the Senate passed an identical measure.
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.
A bill to legalize Sunday alcohol sales took a step closer to passage in the House Wednesday as a committee approved the measure 12-1.
A Senate committee easily approved legislation to allow stores to sell alcohol on Sundays. It’s the first time such legislation has ever advanced in the Senate.
The chairman of an Indiana Senate committee that handles alcohol matters has scheduled a hearing for a bill to allow retail Sunday booze sales.
Legislators are returning to the Indiana Statehouse to begin this year's General Assembly session.
The commission is tasked with reviewing Indiana's antiquated alcohol laws.