Running For St Jude's Childrens Hospital
TinCaps Its All About You
Fuel Up For The Holidays
Breaking News Alerts
School Closings and Delays
Severe Weather Alerts
2012 Election Coverage
Your Money With Mike
Fort Wayne Morning News
Money Talk with Chris Moore
Mutual Fund Show
Fort Wayne Komets
GREAT RADIO CAREER SALES
Penny Pitch »
Penny Pitch Application
Indiana House Panel to Hold Hearing on Alcohol Ban
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ Indiana lawmakers are ready to hear what the public has to say on proposals to end the state's long-running ban on Sunday retail alcohol sales.
The Indiana House's public policy committee has scheduled a Wednesday public hearing at the Statehouse on bills that call for a lifting of the state's ban. Indiana is currently the last state in the nation to bar retail alcohol sales on Sundays.
WRTV-TV reports that supporters of the bills argue that Indiana's Sunday ban on retail alcohol sales is one of the toughest in the nation and costs the state $9 million in lost tax revenue.
But many package liquor stores argue that the cost of opening on Sundays would make it impossible for them to compete with big supermarket chains.
Bill would crack down on sales to secondhand shops
Copyright © 2013 WOWO 92.3 FM | 1190 AM