INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTTV) – A bill that would allow Sunday alcohol sales in Indiana cleared another hurdle Wednesday.
The House Public Policy Committee approved the measure in a 12-1 vote, sending the bill to the full House.
House Bill 1051 allows Sunday alcohols sales from noon to 8 p.m. at grocery stores, package liquor stores, convenience stores, drug stores and restaurants.
Last week, the Senate Public Policy Committee passed its version of the bill in a unanimous vote that clears the way for a vote in the full Senate.
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