The Minneapolis eateries are pivoting during the closure of dine-in service.
Walz is prepared to call a special session and pass the package immediately.
Industry leaders warn restaurants will close, thousands will be unemployed without assistance.
State leaders don't expect to see results from the orders until the third or final week of the shutdown.
The CEO says it could end up temporarily laying off 4,000 workers.
More guidance is coming.
There are more than 1,500 people with COVID-19 hospitalized in Minnesota.
More targeted mandates are likely on the way, according to Walz.
It's unclear if bars and restaurants will face further restrictions.
Churches can allow 25% capacity up to 250 people, but bars and restaurants can only serve a max of 50 customers outside only.
The learning curve has been steep, but nature centers are adapting to life in a shut down.
The timing and the price tag of Dylan's artwork has raised a few eyebrows.
A deal has been struck between President Trump and Congress.
Retaliatory tariffs have seen more produce and meat diverted to food shelves.
Lines have been consistently long for the past five days.
MSP Airport said the holiday weekend, and not the government shutdown, is to blame.
Unpaid but unable to take time off, Chanhassen's NWS workers are finding the shutdown tough.
It's one of several businesses offering deals to furloughed workers.
The shutdown is now in effect. So what happens next?