Starting Sunday Hoosiers will be able to buy carry-out beer, wine, and liquor at grocery, convenience, and liquor stores on a Sunday for the first time in 202 years. You read that right, Sunday alcohol sales had been banned as long as Indiana has been a state. You can only get cold beer at a liquor store though. I’m not sure why we still regulate by temperature. One thing at a time.
I would have cared a lot more about this change a few decades ago. Since I drink about six beers a month now, it really won’t change my life.
You still cannot buy a car on Sunday.
In one aspect, we have modernized anyway.