Minneapolis Voters To Have Say On 70/30 Rule

Minneapolis Voters To Have Say On 70/30 Rule
(Minneapolis, MN) -- Modifying a rule that applies to restaurants in residential areas of Minneapolis regarding how much beer and wine they can sell will be in front of voters in November. Known as the 70/30 rule, it requires restaurant sales to be 70-percent food and no more than 30-percent alcohol. Restaurant owners want to be able to sell more beer and wine, and the Charter Commission agreed yesterday to put the proposal in front of voters this fall.