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Cities Stand on Opposite Sides of Late-Night Bar Bill

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Cities stand on opposite sides of late-night bar bill

(Beverly Press) — West Hollywood and Los Angeles stand on opposite sides of a bill that would enable some cities to allow bars to serve alcohol until 3 a.m.

The bill, which passed the Assembly Appropriations Committee late last month, might let local bars stay open into the wee hours of the morning.

Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) proposed Senate Bill 58, the Let Our Communities Adjust Late-Night Act, which would allow 11 cities, including Los Angeles and West Hollywood, keep their bars open past the 2 p.m. cut-off that’s currently in place.

Instead, if the cities choose to allow it, alcohol could be served until 3 a.m. during a five-year pilot program that starts Jan. 1, 2022, and ends Jan. 2, 2027. The bill originally designated […]

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