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Stop 2019's NEW 4 A.M. Bar Bill

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TAKE ACTION NOW to STOP SB 58
  • SB 58 is the 3rd attempt by Senator Wiener to impose a dangerous ten-city, five-year experiment that will make test subjects of 76% of California's population.
  • Extending last call times increases a drinker's overall consumption, adds fatigue to dangerous driving, and lets cities avoid responsibility.
  • SB 58 will create 4 a.m. entertainment zones that will send dangerously intoxicated drivers into the surrounding suburbs.
  • Under SB 58 locol control is a myth, the city gets the tax revenue while the outlying communities get to scrub blood off the highway.
  • Please OPPOSE SB 58.
  • California cannot afford the physical, emotional, or financial costs for more alcohol-related violence, emergency room admissions, injuries, alcohol-impaired driving, and motor vehicle crashes.
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PLUM - TAKE ACTION on ARUS

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Allowing Alcohol Restricted Use Subdistricts (ARUS) will give Los Angeles neighborhoods the option and the power to limit new alcohol retailers in their community. But time is running out to keep ARUS moving forward. 

ARUS deserves a fair hearing in the Planning and Land Use Management Committee before January 30, 2019.

Tell Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson to SUPPORT Alcohol Restricted Use Subdistricts (ARUS) to protect our communities from the negative effects of alcohol, please place it on the agenda.



VETO SB 905 - the dangerous 4 a.m. bar bill experiment

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Please THANK Governor Brown for his VETO on SB 905!

State Senator Scott Wiener's SB 905 - the 4 a.m. Bar Bill - is opposed by a long line of local government, public health, law enforcement, prevention and addiction services professionals...

...and now by Governor Jerry Brown!

SB 905 was a poorly constructed, dangerous, nine-city, five-year experiment that would have made test subjects of 76% of California's population.


California cannot afford the physical, emotional, and financial costs for more alcohol-related violence, emergency room admissions, injuries, alcohol-impaired driving, and motor vehicle crashes.