Final action near on proposal opening beer sales at TCF Bank Stadium

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A University of Minnesota spokesman says school leaders support a legislative proposal that could bring beer sales to the on-campus football stadium, the Star Tribune said.

It would be up to the Board of Regents to decide how to manage any alcohol sales at TCF Bank Stadium.

A vote could come as soon as Friday to send a bill allowing liquor sales through half-time of collegiate games and during any Minnesota Vikings games held there.

The measure is part of a larger liquor policy bill.

Liquor cannot currently be purchased at the stadium because state law required sales in either one-third of the stadium or not at all.

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