The last call for drinks is 2 a.m. in California, but one lawmaker believes that’s just too early to set down the shot glasses and beer steins. State Sen. Mark Leno’s proposal is to let the liquor flow until 4 a.m. as a way to draw more tourists.
San Francisco bar owners fired back at Mayor Ed Lee after his call to curb alcohol sales during Super Bowl time.
The number of chain pharmacies selling booze is on the rise, and a San Francisco supervisor is talking about banning alcohol at drug stores.
Democrat Mark Leno planned to introduce a bill in the state Senate Monday permitting creation of liquors infused with fruits, vegetables and spices, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
San Francisco lawmakers were expected to take up a proposed fee on alcohol distribution, which haa the support of San Francisco’s public health director but not Mayor Gavin Newsom.
San Francisco lawmakers have approved a fee on alcohol distribution to help the city recover the cost of dealing with problem drinkers, but the measure faces a likely mayoral veto.