The state House today (FRI) is set to vote on a bill that allows restaurants to sell one bottle of wine and a six-pack of beer, cider or seltzer with an order of takeaway food–during the state emergency peacetime order.

“This bill isn’t about wine or beer, or any of that kind of stuff, this bill is about jobs, and Minnesotans should know that their legislators are here working to look down the road for economic stability in our state.”

The bill’s House author Representative Jon Koznick of Lakeville. The State Senate on Thursday passed the bill on a vote of 65-2 and Governor Tim Walz says he’ll sign the bill if it passes today in the House.