Pair of bills in General Assembly would change happy hour laws, drop bar membership fees in N.C.

Pair of bills in General Assembly would change happy hour laws, drop bar membership fees in N.C.

June 2nd, 2022

Legislators have filed two bills in the N.C. General Assembly’s short session to loosen restrictions when it comes to purchasing liquor and patronizing bars and restaurants across the state. If passed it would dictate changes to how the ABC Commission operates in the state.

North Carolina established its Alcohol Beverage Control Commission in 1937 to control selling, purchasing, manufacturing, consuming, transporting, and possessing liquor and spirits. It regulates beer and wine sales as well through 171 boards in 100 counties.

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