New Legislation Could Keep Some Michigan Bars Open Until 4AM – Good Or Bad? [Video]
Senate Bill 247 could keep some Michigan bars open and serving alcohol until 4am.
Plenty of pros and cons to go around…you be the judge.
Last call currently stands at 2am for most bars and restaurants in Michigan, but a new piece of legislation could change that.
The application for the permit isn’t cheap. The yearly fee is $10,000, and backers of the bill say that most of that will go towards the support of city police departments.
Details on SB247 in the video below.
What could this new legislation mean to a city like Flint, who is working very hard to revitalize its’ downtown presence but struggles with an already short staffed police department?