A proposal to ban powdered alcohol in Indiana is heading to Gov. Mike Pence's desk for approval. Senate members approved a bill that would make it illegal to possess, purchase, sell or use powdered alcohol in Indiana. It also requires further study on the issue this summer. A powdered form of alcohol called Palcohol received federal approval in March and can be mixed with any liquid to create an alcoholic drink. It comes in four different flavors: rum, vodka, cosmopolitan and margarita. Palcohol's creator says it's a lightweight alternative for consumers who want to enjoy alcoholic drinks and avoid carrying around heavy bottles, but lawmakers argue that it encourages underage drinking and could easily be concealed.