(Indianapolis, Ind.) - At least one state senator wants to change a law requiring everyone to be carded when they're buying alcohol in Indiana.
The measure took effect on July 1, but Senator James Merritt (R-Indianapolis) wants to see an adjustment.
Merritt said people over the age of 40 don't need to be carded.
The Indiana Convenience Store Association disagrees, saying it's okay with the new law and instead wants lawmakers to repeal the ban on Sunday alcohol sales.
The association is also continuing to push to allow cold beer to be sold at convenience and grocery stores.