Bill allows alcohol to be served at TCF Bank Stadium and other campus venues

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A bill passed Wednesday by the Senate would allow the University of Minnesota to serve alcohol to fans during sporting events, according to KARE11.

According to KARE11, the U of M would be the first of the Big Ten Schools to allow alcohol to be served to sports fans during events.

Apparently, the bill has been under consideration since 2009.

According to the Minnesota Daily, the bill was passed Friday, making alcohol available to be served in certain areas of TCF Stadium during sport events.

Linda Cohen, who holds the board chair, told the Daily that the board cannot act on the policy until May because the board does not meet during the month of April.

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