(Indianapolis, Ind.) - An Indiana law requiring everybody regardless of their age or appearance to show an ID when buying alcohol is closer to being repealed.
The House widely supported House Bill 1325 by a 90-7 vote Thursday. The revision would require store clerks to ask anybody who appears to be younger than 40 for their IDs.
The new legislation would repeal the current law enacted last July. Even World War II veterans are being carded now, but opponents of the repeal say the law has drastically cut down on the number of minors purchasing alcohol.
The Indiana Senate will consider the bill next.