A House committee voted 12-1 in favor of a proposal to lift the ban on Sunday alcohol sales.
Under current law, grocery, drug and convenience stores aren't allowed to sell cold beer but liquor stores are.
A Indiana State Senate Committee has said no to cold beer sales being legalized in that state.
"Speedway feels that allowing convenience stores to sell cold beer in the state of in should be voted on in by the full Senate", Carf said. The commission voted against Senate Bill 26 by a tally of 9-1 after three hours of testimony that mostly involved business owners and industry group representatives.
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In June, the Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association released results of a poll of 600 Hoosiers showing that 65 percent favored allowing of Sunday carryout sales of alcohol; 70 percent said they supported the expansion of cold beer sales.
"We want to take a product we responsibly sell warm today and sell that product cold", he said.
It pitted convenience store owners, purporting to stand up for consumer interests and free markets, against liquor stores that portrayed themselves as mom-and-pop businesses that are the state's trusted purveyor of alcohol.
Only liquor stores benefit by blocking cold beer, she said.
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Dozens of citizens attended the hearing in blue shirts that read "We Want Cold Beer!"
Supporters of expanded cold beer sales say IN is the only state that regulates the temperature at which beer is sold, and that IN needs to get with the times.
IN is the only state that regulates the temperature at which beer is sold. An identical one passed in the Senate committee last week. "I'm in no position to sell batteries, I don't know anything about selling eggs", said Jon Sinder, President of the Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers.
However, House Public Policy Chair Ron Alting, R-Lafayette, who serves on the code revision commission, chose to hear the cold beer legislation, Senate Bill 26, during a three-hour session.
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