Keep the tabs open: State bill to push bars’ closing time to 4 a.m. advances

A bill extending California bars' last call is ready for another round of votes.

The Let Our Communities Adjust Late-Night Act, a pilot program to push alcohol-serving hours to 4 a.m., is headed for the State Assembly after it passed through the California State Senate with a two-thirds majority. If approved and signed into law, Senate Bill 905 would go into effect Jan. 1, 2021.

The bill is California legislators' second attempt to extend the last call hour from its current 2 a.m. curfew. Sponsored…

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