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Hella News: Lots of Love for Bill to Keep SF Bars Open Until 4 a.m.
Monday, July 04, 2022

Hella News: Lots of Love for Bill to Keep SF Bars Open Until 4 a.m.

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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  • It doesn’t matter when the bars close when nobody’s even showing up.
    In any event, the only thing these politicians seem to be interested in doing is making sure people are either drinking or on drugs.

  • She only interviewed party people. What about the people who live in San Francisco and have to work? This will cause more cars in the streets until 5 am now and more drunks causing havoc after that. We have more vehicular deaths of pedestrians this year than the last 2 years. You can bet that number will go up as well.

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