SACRAMENTO (AP) — The California Assembly has approved legislation that would make it legal for hair salons and barbershops to offer customers free beer and wine.

Assemblyman Tom Daly, a Democrat from Anaheim, says many salons already offer drinks while customers are having their hair styled, but it is technically illegal.

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His bill, AB1322, authorizes the salons to offer beer and wine without charge, as limousines and hot air balloon operators are allowed to do.

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The Assembly approved it on a 71-0 vote Thursday, sending it to the Senate.

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