Written by Josh Koehn, Meaghan MitchellVideo by Jesse RogalaPublished Jun. 16, 2022 • 11:30am
Last call might come a couple hours later in the night if a new bill from two San Francisco state legislators is signed into law. SB 930, co-authored by Sen. Scott Wiener and Assemblymember Matt Haney, would create a pilot program in San Francisco and a handful of other cities in California to allow bars to remain open until 4 a.m. The goal is to encourage a more vibrant nightlife scene and help an industry that has been hit hard during the pandemic.
So, what do San Franciscans think of the idea? Hella News co-host Meaghan Mitchell hit the streets to find out.
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Josh Koehn can be reached at [email protected]
Meaghan Mitchell can be reached at [email protected]