Editorial: Sunday liquor laws outdated, need to go

During the Super Bowl, fans watching the game at a sports bar had no trouble ordering another beer.

If those watching the game at home ran out, they were out of luck. They aren’t allowed to run to the store for a six-pack on Sunday.

The Indiana General Assembly is debating this marketplace anomaly. Two bills aim to broaden a state law that currently restricts Sunday alcohol sales to restaurants, bars, breweries and wineries.

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