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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed an executive order Friday that bans the sale of alcohol at liquor-permitted establishments after 10 p.m.

It adopts the rule passed by the Ohio Liquor Control Commission Friday morning.

The article goes on to state the following:

The 3-0 vote by the commission came after several bar employees, owners and attorneys’ for bars and restaurants pleaded with the board that to punish all for the actions of a few “bad actors” who are not following health orders is un

01 August 2020, Hamburg: Empty plastic cups stand on a table in front of a pub. On weekends, there is currently a ban on selling alcohol between 20.00 and 6.00 hours. Photo: Daniel Bockwoldt/dpa (Photo by Daniel Bockwoldt/picture alliance via Getty Images)


The order goes into effect immediately.

Governor Mike DeWine issued a series of tweets explaining the rule:

“Shutting down for a second time would be devastating to Ohio’s bars and restaurants. We are not going to do that today. But, I’m announcing that I’ve requested the Ohio Liquor Control Commission to call a meeting to consider enacting an emergency rule related to liquor sales.

“This rule would prevent the sale of alcohol at all liquor-permitted establishments beginning at 10 p.m. each night. Consumption of alcohol must end by 11:00 p.m.

“The businesses can stay open – but we believe that stopping alcohol sales at 10 o’clock for onsite consumption will help thin out the crowd and help slow the spread.

“This proposed emergency rule does include restaurants that serve alcohol, but our proposal will allow any liquor-permitted establishment that sells food to continue serving meals until closing.

“I am also requesting that the Ohio Liquor Control Commission raise the number of liquor and mixed drinks that can be purchased with a meal to-go from 2 to 3.

“The Liquor Control Commission will hold their emergency meeting tomorrow at 9 a.m. If the emergency statewide administrative rule is approved, I intend to sign an Executive Order that would make it effective Friday night.

“I am mindful of the economic impact of these tough circumstances, but we must slow the spread of #COVID19.”

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  1. This guy is a joke ! Thousands of us are losing jobs over his totally illegal whims . I’m disgusted by any bar that follows them . He’s is lying about the numbers! Ohio is normal ! Nobody is sick here


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