Indiana one step closer to Sunday liquor sales
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Momentum continues to build at the Indiana Statehouse toward legalizing Sunday alcohol sales.
On Wednesday, members of the House and Senate Public Policy
Committees heard testimony on identical bills that would make it legal
for stores to sell carryout alcoholic beverages between noon and 8 p.m.
In the Senate, the Public Policy Committee voted 9 - 0 in favor of
passing SB 0001. The bill now moves to the full Senate, likely early
next week, for a second reading.
The author of HB 1051 and chair of the House Public Policy Committee,
Rep. Ben Smaltz (R-Auburn), said he doesn’t want to get over confident.
But, he’s pleased with the way discussions are proceeding.
“We’ve done our homework, we’ve done what we were supposed to do,”
Smaltz said. “We worked on it all Fall, and think we’ll have the support
of the committee.”
Support for Sunday sales was bolstered late last year following an
agreement between the Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers and the
Indiana Retail Council.
You should be able to buy liquor/beer/wine when you damn well please.
Better yet you should be able to legally make your own.
Being free demands nothing less.
Don't get me started on the Devil's weed.
Checking the clock to get your groove on is for goddam commies.
That is all.