As folks who enjoy a cocktail or two during Boston’s early morning hours know all too well, Boston’s bars and restaurants close by 2 a.m.
The bill would allow all communities serviced by the MBTA to set their own closing time at bars and restaurants. State Sen. William Brownsberger told Boston that communities outside of Boston don’t want that kind of authority and there is no consensus on the issue.
“Many people in these communities would not welcome this legislation,’’ Brownsberger told Boston.
Brownsberger supports extending last call in Boston, but thinks the city needs to make it happen through a home rule petition drawn up by the mayor and city council.
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