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January 27, 2016


Sunday Alcohol Sales Bill Dies In Committee

The proposal was voted down 5-8 in the House public policy committee.

January 15, 2016


A New Push To Allow Sunday Alcohol Sales Up For Debate

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.

August 21, 2015


State Rep. Dermody Says He Won’t Seek Re-Election

Dermody, who chairs the House Public Policy Committee, crafted this year's bill allowing racetrack casinos to add live dealers in 2021.

February 24, 2015


Sunday Alcohol Sales Bill Dead

The author of the bill says he doesn't have the votes necessary for the measure to pass.

February 20, 2015


House Rejects Attempt To Remove Core Of Sunday Alcohol Bill

House lawmakers Thursday narrowly defeated an attempt to scale back some of the regulations in a bill legalizing Sunday alcohol sales.

January 23, 2015


Senate Leaders Say They Won’t Challenge Sunday Alcohol Sales

Bills to allow Sunday sales have never made it to the Senate floor, but President Pro Tem David Long says he doesn't have a problem with the change.

December 26, 2014


Legislative Gatekeeper Says Casinos Need To Stay Competitive

Rep. Tom Dermody chairs the committee that will get the first look at proposals to expand gaming in Indiana.

November 17, 2014


More Permissions Could Be Coming For Riverboats And Racinos

A legislative study committee recommends permitting riverboats to move on land and installing table games with live dealers at racinos.

February 25, 2014


House Revives Bill Allowing Guns In School Parking Lots

A House committee today revived a measure allowing gun possession in school parking lots.

December 9, 2013


New Legislator Gives Indiana Gambling Industry New Hope

LaPorte Representative Tom Dermody is the legislature's new Public Policy Committee Chairman, and the gambling industry is hopeful he can revive gaming.

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