Illinois lawmakers approve bill to continue 'Cocktails to Go and Delivery'
CHICAGO - The Illinois House and Senate have approved a bill to extend the option of cocktails to go and delivery in the state.
The bill now awaits Governor JB Pritzker's signature for final approval.
The proposed five-year extension will allow restaurants to continue offering the popular service that was initially introduced during the pandemic.
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Supporters argue that cocktails to go and delivery have become a crucial part of the takeout business for restaurants.