Bill passes in Texas House, making alcohol-to-go closer to becoming permanent


To go bill is one step closer to becoming law in Texas. The legislation is inspired by a waiver from governor Abbott during the Corona virus pandemic that allowed restaurants to sell alcohol to go. The move was a lifeline for many Business is struggling with the economic impact of the pandemic house, built in 24 would permanently allow beer, wine and mixed drinks to be included and pick up and delivery food orders. The bill overwhelmingly passed the house this week and now the Senate will take up the matter. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News

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