(Indianapolis, Ind.) - Indiana’s alcohol ID law will no longer require store clerks to ask for every single person’s ID starting July 1.
The governor signed the bill into law Friday, which rescinds a law passed two years ago requiring anybody of any age to be carded when buying booze.
The new law will require clerks to ask for identification if the purchaser appears to be younger than 40.
Senior citizens voiced their displeasure with state lawmakers last summer after the current law went into effect. World War II veterans were being carded when they went to buy alcohol.