Ohio’s lawmakers are considering a proposal that would make Buckeye Nation a little more like Bourbon Street.
The proposal allows for entertainment districts similar to those in New Orleans and Memphis, Tennessee, allowing revelers to carry open containers of alcohol outside.
Entertainment districts in cities would be limited to cities with at least 50,000 people. Smaller cities with at least 35,000 could create one area where customers could walk outside with open containers without breaking the law.
The proposal recently passed the House and is now awaiting a vote in the Senate.