ST. PAUL, Minn. -- State Sen. Linda Scheid, D-Brooklyn Park, and Rep. Phyllis Kahn, D-Minneapolis, introduced the “Wine With Dinner” bill in the State Capitol here that, if passed, would allow consumers to buy wine at grocery stores in Minnesota. “Consumers don‘t understand why they can buy a bottle of wine with their other dinner items at supermarkets in 33 states, including Wisconsin, Iowa and South Dakota, yet they can‘t do it here,” Scheid said. “Wine With Dinner will give Minnesotans ...

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