CED Vote Puts Current Permits At Risk

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Published: 09/18/2012

Ohio Attorney General Michael DeWine issued an opinion on Aug. 29, in response to a request from Franklin County prosecutor Ron O’Brien regarding “the result of a local option election to authorize the sale of (alcoholic beverages) at a community entertainment district (CED) has on the results of previously held local option elections.” The opinion began with a history of alcohol regulation in Ohio since Article XV of the Ohio Constitution was adopted in 1918 prohibiting the sale and manufacture of intoxicating liquor as a beverage in Ohio.