Bipartisan legislation was introduced in both chambers permitting universities to sell alcohol at certain on-campus sporting events. The proposal would allow university governing boards to apply for liquor licenses to sell alcohol at basketball, football, and hockey games. Under the bills, the Michigan Liquor Control Commission could issue up to three tavern licenses or three Class C liquor licenses to be used for events within the public areas of university football, basketball, and hockey stadiums. Sales would be permitted one hour before each game. The legislation was referred to the House and Senate Regulatory Reform Committees for consideration.
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