Missouri House to hear bill allowing alcohol delivery through mobile app
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri House of Representatives is scheduled to hear a bill Monday that would allow certain venues to sell and deliver alcohol using a mobile application.
HB 2282, sponsored by Rep. Caleb Rowden, R-Columbia, would allow entertainment facilities, such as arenas and stadiums, which are licensed to sell alcohol to sell it through an app on a hand-held mobile device.
The law would also require the employees delivering the alcohol to ask for a valid government-issed ID upon delivery to verify the person is at least 21 years old.
The Emerging Issues Committee is scheduled to hear the bill Monday upon the committee's adjournment. The committee is also scheduled to hear these other bills Monday:
- HB 2682, which looks at the sale of alcohol at the St. Louis International Airport
- HB 1910, which would remove the ban on carrying firearms on college campuses in most circumstances
- HB 2698, which would remove the ban on carrying firearms on college campuses completely