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Indiana Alcohol Law Enters New Phase
Updated November 26, 2017 9:47 AM
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Indiana has debated its alcohol laws for decades, but the discussion will enter a new phase next month when a study committee issues its recommendations.

Liquor stores and supermarkets are now both endorsing Sunday sales, while opposing any expansion of cold beer sales.

The two business groups have been stuck in a long-running statehouse stalemate, with liquor stores opposing both changes.

Senate President Pro Tem David Long says the panel's membership was designed to bring fresh eyes to the issue.

The commission has already recommended allowing Sunday sales, and Long says that recommendation plus growing public support makes that change likely to pass.



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