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The official Twitter account for the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division.
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MN AGED May 21
Our agents have recently received several calls asking about the legality of auctions & if a permit is necessary. Auctions & silent auctions are not gambling & require no permit or license. Questions can be directed to the Gambling Control Board:
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MN AGED May 18
If you plan on opening your establishment early to customers wanting to celebrate the remember that the sale of alcohol is prohibited until 8 a.m. Those who violate the law are subject to fines.
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MN AGED May 17
Texas bartender arrested for overserving customer who caused a fatal crash. Remember: Those in the service industry can be held criminally liable in cases of injury, property damage or death.
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MN AGED Feb 3
Our agents recently learned of a Twin Cities establishment hosting a poker tournament w/a required buy in. Many believe these tournaments are legal if there is 100% payout or the proceeds are going to charity. This is not true. Find out what is true:
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MN AGED Feb 2
Tens of thousands of people across MN will choose to celebrate at parties w/alcohol. AGED reminds establishments and liquor stores to card everyone, every time. Parents, educate your teens on the dangers of consuming alcohol and driving under the influence.
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MN AGED Jan 26
As Minnesota gets ready to welcome football fans from across the world for , AGED agents remind establishments that while it is fine for two friends to place a friendly wager between them, organized sports betting is illegal. Learn more:
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MN AGED Jan 22
RT : Minnesota cities can allow bars to stay open until 4 a.m. over Super Bowl weekend. Our latest includes some ways to make it both fun and safe.
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MN AGED Jan 9
Liquor store was recently fined $1K for selling alcohol to an underage, undercover customer for the 3rd time. Selling alcohol to a minor or buying it for a minor can lead to criminal charges or lawsuits if injury or death is due to the intoxicated minor.
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MN AGED Dec 6
A few of our AGED staff took time during their breaks today to volunteer with the Salvation Army’s bell-ringing campaign.
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MN AGED Nov 22
If you’re already thinking about the fun you plan on having tonight, there is one more thing to consider: How much are you actually drinking? It’s probably more than you think.
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MN AGED Sep 12
Replying to @OsseoPD
Nice mug!
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MN AGED Sep 8
Gambling ruined Don Weinberger’s life. He's sharing his story so others don't make the same mistakes he did.
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MN AGED Sep 7
As season kicks off, AGED reminds people that sports betting is illegal. More about what’s legal & what’s not:
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MN AGED Sep 7
Sports betting is illegal in MN. Learn more about the dangers, consequences:
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MN AGED Sep 7
AGED officials, former sports gambling addict teamed up today to talk about the dangers of illegal sports bets.
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MN AGED Aug 23
As students flock to college campuses across the state, underage drinking continues to be a major concern.
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MN AGED Jul 21
Mankato businesses fail liquor compliance checks. AGED reminds establishments to card everyone, every time.
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MN AGED Jul 19
MN gaming is fair for all thanks to AGED agents. Get an inside look at a slot machine compliance check:
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MN AGED Jul 17
It’s wedding season! There are a few things you need to know to serve alcohol legally at your celebration.
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MN AGED Jul 17
It’s wedding season! What you need to know to legally have alcohol catered at your wedding:
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