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Mic'd Up: Inside Look at Slot Machine Compliance Checks

​When you go to one of Minnesota’s 18 casinos, how can you be confident the slot machines are paying out correctly?

Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division (DPS-AGED)  works with Native American tribes to ensure compliance with the state-tribal agreements so that gaming is fair for all. 

Check out the latest video in the Mic’d Up series that shows the inspection process and  how slot machines are regulated in Minnesota.

Liquor License Not Allowed for Food Trucks

​As the days warm up and food trucks start hitting the streets of Minnesota, many food truck operators have inquired about obtaining a liquor license.

Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement agents remind food truck operators that selling alcohol out of their truck is illegal.

Minnesota liquor licenses are designed for a specific space, including the street address and the property’s description.

As such, there is no liquor license available for a mobile operation related to daily liquor sales.  

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Video Description: The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division (DPS-AGED) works with Native American tribes to ensure compliance with the state-tribal agreements so that gaming is fair for all. Check out the latest video in the DPS MIC'D UP series that shows the inspection process and how slot machines are regulated in Minnesota.