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Edina might change rules to allow happy hours

Restaurants can't offer "happy hour" drink discounts in Edina, and some restaurant owners say that hurts business as those seeking cheap drinks leave for the the surrounding cities. KSTP says the mayor and City Council are taking a hard look at the rules, and the council could take it up in late February.
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