Lincoln city council members will address a 65-year-old ordinance at next week's meeting.
The law created in 1949 makes it illegal for children under the age of 16 to be in an establishment that serves alcohol after 9 PM unless they're with an adult.
Several business owners say the law is outdated.
The city council says they'll consider repealing or amending the law to reflect the current practices in modern communities.
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