Lobbyists Reach Accord On Sunday Alcohol Sales

Posted on November 11th, 2017

The business lobbyists which have fought each other for years over Indiana alcohol laws have struck a deal. The trade association representing liquor stores and the group representing supermarkets say they’ve agreed to unite in supporting Sunday sales, while opposing a change in restrictions on who can sell beer cold. The Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers has argued for years Sunday sales would put dozens of liquor stores out of business, but chairman Jon Sinder says simply, it’s time.

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