An Indiana Senate Panel has voted unanimously for a bill that would allow Hoosiers to buy alcohol on Sunday from grocery, convenience and liquor stores.
The Senate Public Policy committee approved allowing for Sunday retail alcohol sales from 12 p.m. to 8 pm.
Chairman Ron Alting says the legislation passed, in part, because it was kept simple and no amendments were offered.
The House Public Policy Committee heard testimony this morning, but no vote was taken.
The committee will hear legislation allowing for cold beer sales in convenience and grocery stores next week.
You can hear Alting in the Leon-Tailored Audio above. It runs about eight minutes.