The local CBS affiliate here in Cincinnati (which serves southeast Indiana) is reporting that there's a petition drive in Indiana to eliminate some beer sales restrictions in the Hoosier state. New laws would allow for Sunday sales, and for supermarkets and convenience stores to sell cold beer for the first time. (Apparently, as of now, only liquor stores can sell chilled beer.)
Both of these restrictions strike me as being strange.
Then again, I think the idea of state stores -- something we've dealt with here in Ohio -- to be even weirder. Then there are the states where you have to be a member of a private club to imbibe intoxicants.
What kind of weird liquor laws are you aware of? Weigh in, please