Senate Committee Votes In Favor Of Sunday Alcohol Sales For First Time Ever

Posted On January 10, 2018

By Travis Thayer

(Indianapolis, Ind.) – Sunday alcohol sales is one step closer to coming to fruition in Indiana.

The Senate Public Policy Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to allow convenience, grocery, drug and liquor stores to sell alcohol from noon to 8:00 p.m. on Sundays, reports the Indianapolis Star.

The historic vote marks the first time ever that a key Indiana Senate committee has approved a measure allowing carryout Sunday alcohol sales. The measure now moves to the full Senate.

Indiana is currently one of 12 states that have a prohibition era law banning Sunday alcohol sales.


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