Friday, January 12, 2018

That's A Start

When I wrote about strange exceptions to Indiana's Sunday-only prohibition of the sale of alcohol (which is itself bizarre and unjustifiable, but to which a large number of exceptions now exist, and which it is hoped that the Indiana General Assembly will finally put an end to during its current session) a few years ago, I mentioned that this prohibition also extended (for whatever reason) to Christmas Day.

I am happy to report that the following year, the Indiana General Assembly did eliminate the Christmas Day-only selective prohibition of alcohol.

The General Assembly still needs to complete what it has already begun during its current session by eliminating the Sunday-only prohibition, but fixing Indiana law's closely related Christmas problem was nonetheless a good start.

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