MN Senate Passes Bill To Re-Open Businesses

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(Learfield News Service/St. Paul, MN) — The Minnesota State Senate passes a bill that would let Minnesota businesses re-open.

The bill says re-opening plans wouldn’t need to be reviewed by the government and the state wouldn’t be allowed to take away businesses’ licenses.

Reports say the House isn’t expected to pass the bill. Democrats have said they want Governor Tim Walz to decide when businesses are allowed to re-open.

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