How great would this be!

Governor Cuomo proposed that New York State movie theaters be able to sell alcohol during showtimes, regardless if they have a kitchen and seating-area or not.

Right now New York law has kitchen and seating-area regulations if you're going to serve alcohol, but Cuomo says only one drink would be allowed per transaction. According to WGRZ:

Theaters would only be able to sell alcohol to ticket holders for PG-13, R and NC-17 rated movies. Sales could start one hour before the movie begins and would end at its conclusion.The State Liquor Authority would be in charge of issuing licenses to theaters. Local municipalities would be able to object to a license application, but it would ultimately be up to the state whether to grant it.

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