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Establishments could sell alcohol until 4am...if they offer live entertainment

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - According to Senator Aline Yamashita, she introduced Bill 398 to energize the conversation so that efforts may be made to support local talent in a responsible manner. The legislation would authorize on-sale licensees to sell alcoholic beverages until 4am as opposed to current law which authorizes the sale only up until 2am.   The catch, the licensees must offer live entertainment within their establishment and before an audience. If the law is enacted, rev and tax must first develop rules and regs as well as applicable fees needed to monitor and control the sale of alcoholic beverages under a special license classification. Bill 398 would also require that no less than 50 percent of revenues generated from the new license classification be designated for programs that support alcohol education.

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