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Capital Headlines

  • Youngstown Brewery To Expand

    YOUNGSTOWN — Penguin City Brewing Co. here recently purchased a 32,000-square-foot building with an eye on expansion.Read More
  • Miracle Holiday Pop-Ups In 4 Ohio Cities

    NEW YORK — Miracle and Sippin’ Santa, the New York-based Christmas-themed pop-up bars, have set up shop in four Ohio locations this holiday season.Read More
  • Yost First To Use 20-Year-Old Law

    WASHINGTON — It took nearly 20 years, but two states attorneys general this year filed the first lawsuits under the 21st Amendment Enforcement Act.Read More
  • Capital Headlines – November 2nd

    ‘Pizza With Purpose’ Seeks Pie Makers COLUMBUS — The Ohio Restaurant Association Education Foundation is seeking pizza makers to participate in Pizza with a Purpose, a fundraiser to benefit the...Read More
  • Browns Stadium Cited For Late Sales

    CLEVELAND — The operator of concessions at First Energy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns, was cited last month for a violation of the state’s alcohol sales curfew issued to...Read More

Legally Speaking

  • New Law Extends Liquor Permits To July 1

    Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 404 in November and because the legislation contained an “emergency clause” the act immediately became effective on Nov. 22. If any permit holder has...
  • Repeal Paved The Way For Modern Al-Bev Market

    Saturday, Dec. 5 marks the 87th anniversary of the ratification of the 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution, which repealed Prohibition and established today’s effective system of state-based alcohol...
  • Ohio’s Al-Bev Laws Don’t Take A Holiday

    For the 2020 holiday season, let’s hope all permit holders are open for business and selling. But please keep in mind that all permit holders must appropriately plan their seasonal...
  • DeWine Signs HB 669, 160

    On Oct. 13, Gov. Mike DeWine signed Amended Sub. H.B. 160 and Sub. H.B. 669, and, as emergency measures, both acts took effect immediately.     The acts make various changes...
  • Hindering Police Contributes To Permit Denial

    The Franklin County Court of Appeals recently issued a decision involving the rejected renewal of a permit. The decision affirmed the lower court’s decision sustaining the rejected renewal of a...
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