Governor DeWine Announces New Requested Alcohol Sales Mandate

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Columbus - Ohio Governor Mike DeWine making a major announcement involving bars and all establishments that sell alcohol Thursday.

DeWine has asked the Ohio Liquor Control Commission to okay a mandate that would cut off alcohol sales by 10pm, and would require those consuming drinks previously to finish them by 11pm.

The mandate would also increase the carryout drink limit from Restaurants from two to three.

The Commission could approve the mandate as early as Friday morning, and Governor DeWine has said he would sign it immediately after, with hopes to install the mandate by Friday evening.


The Commission has approved the order, which goes into effect Friday evening for all Liquor Establishments in Ohio.

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