Minneapolis loosens rules on alcohol service near churches

Minneapolis City Council voted Friday to ease a restriction on restaurants and breweries that prohibited alcohol from being served within 300 feet of a house of worship.
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Minneapolis City Council voted Friday to ease a restriction on restaurants and breweries that prohibited alcohol from being served within 300 feet of a house of worship.

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