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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — Ohio’s new alcohol delivery law goes into effect on Monday.

Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill 674 into law in January.

The new law allows for home delivery of alcohol in its original container on all days, including Sundays and holidays.

HB 674 originally included provisions that would allow Ohio bars and restaurants to serve alcohol until 4 a.m. However, those were not passed in the final version of the legislation.

The Ohio Division of Liquor Control vendors must first agree on regulations for home delivery. It will establish a process for delivery in sealed, original containers. A spokesperson told FOX 8 that could take several months to come up with new rules.

You can read HB 674 in its entirety below: