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Daylight Saving won't mean fewer hours to buy alcohol in Indiana

The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission is allowing the sale of alcohol until 4 a.m. on Sunday.
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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — If you're planning to go out Saturday night, you won't lose an hour to Daylight Saving.

The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission is allowing the sale of alcohol until 4 a.m. on Sunday.

That's because at 2 a.m. we turn our clocks forward to 3 a.m.

Without the extension, alcohol sales would have to stop at that point.

To allow the same number of hours as a regular night, you'll be able to order alcohol until 4 a.m.