Restaurants, bars and booze can be a great way to bring people - and their cash - downtown. Would foregoing open container laws help boost the local economy even more? Two Ohio lawmakers think that's the case. They're trying to pass a bill that would allow Ohio cities to create entertainment zones where people could have open containers. But residents worry there is such a thing as too much fun.
Sen. Eric Kearney (D), State Senator and Co-sponsor of SB 116
Joe Cimperman, Cleveland City Council Ward 3 Representative
Joseph Giuliano, President of the Cleveland Downtown Residents Association
Ty Agee, Owner of Miss Polly's Soul City Cafe in Memphis