Gov. Lamont makes alcohol to-go permanent with new law

Alcohol to-go started as a way to help businesses at the height of the COVID pandemic.

News 12 Staff

Jun 16, 2023, 2:22 AM

Updated 305 days ago

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Restaurants in Connecticut can serve alcoholic beverages to-go permanently. Gov. Ned Lamont signed the bill into law. It was set to expire next year.
Alcohol to-go started as a way to help businesses at the height of the COVID pandemic.


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