Bars may buy alcohol again
ST. PAUL -- Bits and pieces from the Minnesota budget debate and government shutdown:
-- A bill legislators passed early Wednesday allows bars and restaurants with expired liquor-buying permits to continue to make alcohol purchases until July 31. Many businesses that sell alcoholic drinks report that their "buyer's card" expired during the shutdown.
-- No late fee will be charged to obtain a state-issued license, permit or registration.
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