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Judge Tosses Cold Beer Lawsuit

Cold beer continues to elude retailers, looking for a way around Indiana's law. Just because your store sells beer doesn't mean that it should be able to sell cold beer.   Scott Imus with the Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association says the law is unfair, and the lawsuit that was just tossed by a federal judge was designed to combat a state rule that is bad for business.  Imus says they will explore other avenues that would challenge Indiana's cold beer laws, that limit cold beer sales to package liquor stores only.

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