Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced a settlement with the travel company Friday.
It's also been ordered to repay $11,499 in fees taken from Minnesotans.
The Minnesota Attorney General's Office has settled a lawsuit it filed against Cornerstone Cafe in Monticello
The Lakeville bar reopened in mid-December and has been the subject of several actions by the state for defying orders.
As of Dec. 31, 2020, the state has taken action against more than 20 businesses that defied Gov. Walz's executive orders.
The event would contravene COVID-19 rules.
Four other establishments have received cease and desist letters.
One bar has gone back to curbside pick-up while the other is still offering dine-in service.
The small business is located in town in Wabasha County.
The reform is backed by Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison.
The gym is facing a lawsuit and a temporary restraining order to halt their operations.
The order gives the AG, county attorneys and city attorneys the ability to investigate violations and recoup costs.
Election Day is fast approaching.
Ramsey and Washington counties launched this initiative last year, but now it's available for all Minnesota residents.
Minnesota AG Keith Ellison joined the FTC and three other state AGs in suing the group.
The attorney general filed petitions in court this week to have the three trustees removed immediately.
Thousands attended the event over three days.
Exxon Mobil, Koch Industries, and American Petroleum are named in the suit.
The state has pardoned a Black man wrongfully convicted of rape after a mob lynched three of his coworkers, who were also wrongfully accused.
Attorney General Keith Ellison and Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman's complaints described some things differently.
He will take over the lead from Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman.
"To be in the street after 8 p.m. means we can’t separate you from the bad people," said Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison
They want Attorney General Keith Ellison to handle the case against the officers in George Floyd's death.
Shady's in Albany, Minnesota, is preparing to reopen in violation of the governor's orders.