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Food Sales

A federal court in Indiana temporarily blocked enforcement of the state’s residency and minimum food sales requirements, which require out-of-state limited liability companies operating establishments that serve alcoholic drinks to earn annual gross food sales exceeding $100,000, while not imposing minimum food sales on Indiana companies.

INDIANAPOLIS — A federal court in Indiana temporarily blocked enforcement of the state’s residency and minimum food sales requirements, which require out-of-state limited liability companies operating establishments that serve alcoholic drinks to earn annual gross food sales exceeding $100,000, while not imposing minimum food sales on Indiana companies.

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