Ohio bars and restaurants lose argument on “last call” rule

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(WTRF) A judge has denied a request for a temporary restraining order against an rule forcing Ohio bars and restaurants to stop selling alcohol at 10 p.m.

Several bar and restaurants owners filed a lawsuit earlier this week, arguing that there is no evidence that proves the virus spreads more after a certain time.

The judge says courts across the country have rejected similar challenges.

Governor Mike DeWine applauded the ruling.

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