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Deal Struck By Groups Over Indiana Sunday Alcohol Sales

Two powerful business associations on opposite sides of the battle over Indiana alcohol laws say they have struck a deal.

The trade association representing liquor stores and the group representing supermarkets say they’ve agreed to unite in supporting Sunday sales, while continuing a ban on letting anyone but liquor stores sell cold beer. The two groups also are uniting in opposition to any restrictions on where and how stores display alcohol.

The last serious attempt at allowing Sunday sales two years ago collapsed under the weight of proposed new restrictions, including a requirement that supermarkets would keep alcohol behind the counter or create a walled-off separate section of the store.

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