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  • Cincy Police Chief Opposes Last Call Rule

    CINCINNATI — The chief of the Cincinnati Police Department last month sent a letter to the city’s mayor seeking to have the state’s 10 p.m. last call rule for alcohol...Read More
  • White Castle Offers ‘Cocktails And Craves’

    COLUMBUS (PRNewswire) — As bars across Ohio and the country close early in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus, White Castle has developed “Cocktails and Craves,” food and...Read More
  • Kentucky Bourbon Festival Goes Virtual

    BARDSTOWN, Ky. — Organizers of the Kentucky Bourbon Festival announced this month that the 29th edition of the festival will move from a live event to a virtual experience Oct....Read More
  • Capital Headlines – July 20th

    CAP Announces 13th Essay Contest ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Center for Alcohol Policy is accepting entries for its 13th annual essay contest. This year’s topic is: “Prohibition of alcohol was...Read More
  • Capital Headlines – July 8th

    ORA: Lower Capacity Hurting Restaurants COLUMBUS — The latest Business Impact poll from the Ohio Restaurant Association indicates dining room capacity is the biggest roadblock for restaurants as they try...Read More

Legally Speaking

  • 21st Amendment Allows States To Make Own Al-Bev Laws

    In light of the many proposed and implemented changes in alcohol beverage control made since March in many states, including Ohio, a brief review of the purpose of the language...
  • Health Order Violations Heard By Commission

    During the week of Aug. 3, the Ohio Liquor Control Commission held administrative evidentiary hearings regarding permit holders who were cited for alleged violations of Ohio’s health and safety regulations.
  • Bill Proposes Delayed Permit Renewal Dates

    COLUMBUS — A bill introduced last month in the Ohio House of Representatives would push back the renewal dates for certain liquor permits.
  • Complaint Challenges Ohio’s Three-tier System

    In April, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals rendered its decision in Lebamoff and stated that the “Twenty-first Amendment allows Michigan to distribute alcohol within its borders solely through a...
  • Out-Of-State Shippers Harm Ohio Businesses

    Ohio Attorney General David Yost filed a complaint in federal district court on July 8 in an effort to halt the illegal shipping of alcohol into Ohio by unlicensed businesses.
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