The Democratic-led Assembly won’t back a bill that would allow for the sale of alcohol in New York movie theaters.

“We’re not supportive of that,” Speaker Carl Heastie said on Monday. “We want people to be able to take their children to a movie theater and have to worry about the sobriety of the people sitting next to them.”

The opposition is unchanged from last year, when the measure died in the final days of the legislative session.

Supporters of the measure had sought to make the bill more amenable by allowing for local governments to approve individual licenses for establishments that wish to sell alcohol.