INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana residents will have an easier time having
wine shipped to their homes under a new law approved by Gov. Mike
Pence. Current law requires a consumer to first visit a winery for a face-to-
face transaction, which ensures that the buyer is at least 21 years old,
before wine can be shipped to the consumer. The bill will eliminate that
requirement, but buyers still will have to provide a copy of a government-
issued ID to confirm they’re of legal age.