Proposed Bill Would Allow For Alcohol Sales After 2am In Michigan
In a brand new bill proposed by the Michigan Legislature, alcohol sales would now be permitted after 2am. The bill, if passed, would give local governments the option to extend their alcohol sales time until 4am for bars, restaurants, and businesses.
State Rep. Ryan Berman of Commerce Township proposed the bill and it is now heading to the House Regulatory Reform Committee to determine whether or not the bill will make it to a vote.
This is not the first time an extended alcohol sales time has been proposed, but this is the first time that local governments will be given the option to enact the reform.
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