• Article via The Cap Times

Explained: Madison, Taco Bell reach tentative agreement over alcohol license

"The masses who think outside the bun could soon be able to enjoy a cold beer with their Crunchwrap Supremes following a tentative agreement between the city of Madison and Taco Bell.

After a yearlong legal dispute to allow alcohol at the franchised Taco Bell Cantina location at 534 State St., the parties have agreed to settle. This could mean that within 15 days of the City Council approving the agreement, the downtown Taco Bell would be issued an alcohol license to serve beer and wine.

The hotly contested issue faced several votes on the City Council floor and a veto from former mayor Paul Soglin. It even inspired one resident to consider running for mayor."

Read the full article by Abigail Becker here.


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