You don't have to go home but you can't stay here - because you can't hold your liquor, you big lush.

Known as the Responsible Interventions for Beverage Servers Training Act, Assembly Bill 2121 would require bartenders to intervene when a bar customer has had too much to drink. The law, which if passed would go into effect in 2020, hopes to save lives and curb drunk drivers.

The law would rely on bartenders receiving special training so they know when someone is drunk enough. Bartenders would need to be trained in drunkness within three months of their employment, and every three years thereafter. Bars who don't comply with the (potential) law wouldn't get their liquor licenses renewed. Drinkers who don't comply with their booze cut-off would get thrown out of the bar.