California bars one step closer to alcohol service until 4:00am

State legislators have come up with a new bill to spur economic growth across the state. How? Extend alcohol sales from 2:00am, to 4:00am.

California Senate Bill 384 would give local communities the right to decide extending alcohol sales.

Right now, state law mandates all businesses must stop serving alcohol at 2:00am.

Part of the bill also requires communities to come up with a transportation plan and public safety.

SB-384 is one step away from a vote by the full assembly.

The senate already passed it 27-to-9.

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