MN Senate Approves Takeout Beer and Wine During COVID-19 Shutdown
Restaurants that have been subsisting on takeout orders during the COVID-19 shutdown could start offering beer and wine to go as early as this weekend.
The Minnesota Senate voted 65-2 Thursday to authorize restaurants to include up to a six-pack of beer or a bottle of wine with takeout orders to provide a little relief to one of the hardest-hit sectors of the economy. The House is expected to approve the bill Friday and send it to Governor Tim Walz, who says he will sign it.
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