Hoosiers A Step Closer To Buying Liquor On Sundays
Hoosiers are one step closer to being able to buy cold beer, wine, and other spirits on Sundays. Indiana is one of a few states not allow the retail purchase of alcohol on Sundays. That could soon change. Today, an Indiana Senate committee approved a bill that would allow grocery, convenience, and liquor stores to sell alcohol on Sundays from noon to 8 p.m. Grant Monahan, president of the Indiana Retail Council, says the state is losing $12 million a year to border states that allow Sunday sales. The measure now moves to the full Senate for consideration next week but then would still need to go through the house.