House and Senate leaders have not yet reached agreement on the HEROES Act, however, House Democrats have just added the Restaurants Act, a bipartisan bill supported by the hospitality industry, to the HEROES Act to provide $120 billion in grants which do not have to be repaid for bars and restaurants.
The Kenosha Tavern League opposes the changes proposed to the city's cabaret license requirement. They made that opposition very clear at their meeting Tuesday at Coins Sports Bar, 1714 52nd St.
Bar and restaurant owners want you comfortable, happy and safe. When you are out enjoying your favorite local establishment, remember social distancing, hand washing, sanitizer, and ask for free complimentary mask courtesy of La Crosse County Health Department and the La Crosse County Tavern League.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services (HHS) are in the process of crafting the latest iteration of federal dietary guidelines—which seek to counsel Americans about healthy eating and drinking.
The goal of SafeRide is to eliminate drunk driving on Wisconsin’s roads. Last year, Tavern League members provided more than 91,000 free SafeRides to their patrons.
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