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St. Paul City Council votes to raise legal age to enter liquor stores

St. Paul City Council votes to raise legal age to enter liquor stores Photo: KSTP/File

Updated: September 11, 2019 07:06 PM

The St. Paul City Council has voted to raise the legal age requirement for people to enter liquor stores.

The council voted, 7-0, Wednesday to raise the age requirement to 21 years of age. Those under age 21 must be accompanied by someone at least 21 years old to enter liquor stores.

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The ordinance is set to take effect in 30 days.

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