Indiana's microbreweries would be allowed to sell beer for takeout on Sundays under a bill approved by the state House.
The bill won House approval 75-20 on Thursday and returns to the Senate for consideration of changes the House made.
The bill would limit the amount of Sunday carryout sales from microbreweries to about two cases per transaction. The 32 microbreweries
across the state have limits on how much beer they can make each year.
The bill also would repeal a law that prohibits alcohol sales during voting hours on election days.