Ban 40-Ounce Bottles After Midnight In Chicago (Tall Boys, Too): Aldermen


CITY HALL - Late-night partiers would no longer be able to buy one last drink from liquor stores after midnight under a proposal set to be approved next week by the City Council.

Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) said the measure was designed to reduce public drunkenness in areas of the city that attract revelers reluctant to let the night end.
The measure to ban the sale of wine or liquor containers with less than 25 fluid ounces and beer containers with less than 41 ounces won the unanimous approval of the City Council Committee on License and Consumer Protection Wednesday after several Lakeview residents said they feared leaving their apartments late at night.

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