Indiana Sunday Alcohol Sales Bill Won't Get Vote, by Rick Howlett and the Associated Press (WFPL)S
The chairman of an Indiana House committee says the panel won't vote on a bill that would end Indiana's longtime ban on Sunday retail alcohol sales.
House Public Policy Chairman Bill Davis says he's decided against holding a committee vote on the measure. Davis' decision means Indiana residents who want to buy carry-out alcohol on Sundays will have to wait at least another year.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Indiana's ban on Sunday carry-out sales stands. See you at our local breweries and wineries this Sunday (hint: we can).
This decision means that for the time being, Sunday alcohol sales in Indiana look like this: On-premise licenses can serve on their own premises, and carry-out Sunday options remain restricted to small wineries and small breweries.