Dewine Proposes Bars, Restaurants Stop Alcohol Sales at 10 pm

To limit gatherings and spread of COVID-19, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has proposed a new order that would stop the sale of alcohol at Ohio Bars and Restaurants at 10 pm. If a drink is purchased before 10 pm it must be consumed by 11 pm. DeWine has requested the Ohio Liquor Control Commission to call a meeting for Friday at 9 am to enact the emergency rule. If this happens, Dewine said he will sign the order and this would go into effect statewide Friday night.

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