Minnesota seeks to loosen liquor laws, slightly

A Minnesota liquor bill, which would enable alcohol sales at University of Minnesota football games, recently passed through the state’s House of Representatives.

According to the Minnesota Session Daily, Rep. Phyllis Khan argued in favor of “allowing those under age 21 to drink at on-sale locations with guardians and those ages 19-20 to drink at on-sale locations independently”.┬áThe bill includes other provisions for alcohol sales statewide, but Khan’s proposed amendments, targeted at underage binge drinking, were vetoed.


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