California Senate Passes Bill Allowing Alcohol To Be Served Until 4am


If you have ever been partying in California late night, at a club or maybe a festival, you have probably learned of its 2am last call law and you might have learned the hard way. Depending on where you are, if you have a drink in your hand or on your table, at 2am, that drink will be snatched up pretty quick and thrown away.

Senator Scott Wiener recognizes the the local and economic importance of nightlife and started the ‘Let our communities adjust late night act’. It proposes that each municipality should be able to choose its last call hour, up to 4am. The bill has passed through the Senate and will now move onto the Assembly before going to the Governor. Cali natives, keep your eyes open on this because it can definitely impact you.

H/T: Mixmag