Proposed Ohio Alcohol Law Would Loosen Open Container Law
A proposed change in Ohio Alcohol Law would allow folks to walk around with an open container.
Senate Bill 116 allows for the creation of municipal entertainment districts in cities where the population is more than 50,000. Under the law, patrons of establishments that sell beer or liquor would be permitted to take their drinks outside of the bar or restaurant where it was purchased. Only holders of A-2 and D liquor permits would qualify under the proposed law. The “entertainment districts” would be limited to a one-half mile by one-half mile radius, and contain at least four A-2 and D permit holders. So what do you think? Could Ohio ever have its very own Bourbon Street vibe?
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