The Governor has, by fiat apparently, mandated that bars can stay open past the time designated by the legislature:
Indiana Bars Won’t Lose Hour of Business to DST.
I don’t really mind bars getting to stay open later, but I’d sure like to know where the Governor gets the authority to tell bar owners that they can stay open past 3 a.m. (When Daylight Saving Time strikes, it will automagically advance the time from 2 a.m. to 3 a.m. — meaning bars should close, per Indiana law. But, the Governor is apparently “decreed” that bar owners can stay open until 4 a.m. or that, in their bars Daylight Saving Time can be ignored for an hour, or something.) No executive order has issued, incidentally.
This might also be a good place to mention that, with Daylight Saving Time being imposed weeks earlier than it was last year, sunrise will not take place until about 8:10 a.m.