AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE CERTAIN EXISTING ESTABLISHMENTS TO OFFER AND OPERATE OUTDOOR DINING AND BEVERAGE SERVICE OPTIONS WHILE ALSO SAFEGUARDING THE PUBLIC HEALTH TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19).
House amendment to the 4th edition makes the following changes.
Amends proposed GS 18B-1010, changing the two-drink limit that an on-premises malt beverage, wine, or fortified wine permit holder can sell and deliver to a single patron for consumption on the premises to instead allow for the sale and delivery of (1) two alcoholic drinks at one time if both drinks are a malt beverage, unfortified wine, and/or fortified wine and (2) one alcoholic beverage drink at a time if the drink is a mixed beverage or contains spirituous liquor. Also, more specifically restricts alcoholic beverage drink sales to one per single patron at a time for sales at a stadium, athletic facility, or arena on the campus or property of a public college or university, or during a sports event sponsored by a public college or university (previously, exempted sales at these places/events from the statute).
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