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Posted on: Aug 2, 2018

From The Indiana Lawyer:

Coming off the successful passage of Sunday sales legislation during the 2018 Indiana legislative session, the Alcohol Code Revision Commission re-convened for the first time on July 18 to chart its course for this year’s study topics. While the commission’s work last year focused on more specific topics like Sunday sales, this year’s group has been charged with studying more general issues, including alcohol permits, the state’s quota structure and the causes and effects of over-consumption.

Led by former Indiana state Rep. Bill Davis – who replaced former state Sen. Beverly Gard as commission chair – the 16-member commission seemed to agree on one central premise during their first meeting: Indiana’s alcohol regulations, as they stand now, are complicated.

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