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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) – The milkman may no longer come to your door, but you could soon get alcohol delivered 7-days a week and holidays now in Ohio.

According to the Ohio Legislature, the effective date of the law was today, Monday, April 12, 2021.

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 it could take several months to come up with new rules.

The purpose of House Bill 674 was to revise liquor laws in the state.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed the bill in January.

It expands the law to allow the legal delivery of liquor and also allows nonprofits to sell alcohol at a limited number of events per year.

Read the full bill below: