A legal battle to allow convenience stores to sell cold beer in Indiana continues.The Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association (IPCA) is filing a federal appeal against a ruling made by the U.S. District Court in June to uphold the current alcohol statute.IPCA also filed a lawsuit in Marion County claiming the states alcohol laws violate Indiana’s Constitution.Current law dictates only liquor stores can sell cold beer. Grocery stores and gas stations must sell it at room temperature.“Our members and the public understand Indiana’s alcohol laws lack common-sense and we are asking the state and federal courts to put an end to this,” said IPCA Executive Director Scot Imus.“Convenience stores record of compliance clearly demonstrate that owners and associates are responsible retailers who know how to best keep alcohol out of the hands of minors,” Imus added.
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