(Indianapolis, Ind.) - A House committee gave its approval to a bill revising Indiana’s alcohol ID law Wednesday.
A law took effect in 2010 requiring clerks to ID everybody buying alcohol, whether they were 21 or 100. That caused a lot of grief from older Hoosiers.
House Bill 1325 seeks to make it so that retailers don’t have to ask for identification if they reasonably believe a consumer is older than 40.
The House public policy committee voted 12-0 to send the bill to the full House.