Eric Berman reports on recent happenings regarding Indiana's infamous "cold beer" law:
"A loophole that's allowed some gas stations to sell cold beer is likely to be short-lived.
"Only liquor stores and restaurants are allowed to sell cold beer -- gas stations and convenience stores can't. But two Ricker's gas stations got alcohol permits after opening restaurants on the property.
"Senate President Pro Tem David Long and House Speaker Brian Bosma say legislators will step in next week. They say the decision goes against more than 30 years of what everyone, including the convenience stores, understood the law to be. The stores have even challenged the law's constitutionality in court, to no avail..."