A Kentucky lawmaker says more time is needed to study the issue of licensing alcohol consumption at tailgating events before college games.
The tailgating language proposed by Rep. Mary Lou Marzian was removed from her bill by the House Licensing and Occupations Committee on Wednesday.
She floated the idea of creating a new liquor license to provide a legal framework for tailgating.
The Louisville Democrat says the issue was more complex than she expected. Marzian says she'll work on the issue ahead of next year's legislative session.
She says one question deals with enforcement of alcohol consumption at tailgating on private property near a university stadium.
The part of the bill that remains intact would allow passengers on certain cycle taxis to drink alcohol.
The committee approved that portion of the bill.