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"One keg" law in MN.

City officials in Winona, MN, are considering an ordinance to penalize residents caught with more than one keg of beer in their homes. Under the proposed law, someone caught with more than one keg could be charged with a misdemeanor, fined up to $700 and spend 90 days in jail.

The proposal is aimed at curtailing large parties held by students at St. Mary's University and Winona State University. It is modeled after similar ordinances adopted by the Minnesota cities of St. Cloud and Mankato.

The city council will consider the proposal within a few weeks.
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Publication:Modern Brewery Age
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Aug 28, 2000
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