Early this year, California Senator Scott Wiener started a campaign for the ‘Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night Act‘, which would allow (but not require) each municipality within the state to have the authority to choose their last call hour, possibly pushing it back to as late as 4AM.
Currently, last call for alcohol services is at 2AM.
The Senator’s efforts have paid off as his proposed bill has officially passed in the Senate, allowing it to now move to Assembly for a review and a vote before reaching the governor for final word.
This would definitely be a big win for the West Coast nightlife scene.
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