Governor Scott Walker signed legislation that allows minors at private music festivals that serve alcohol without their parent’s permission. The bill had passed the Senate and Assembly earlier this month and became law on Wednesday. Gov. Walker said that it was a no brainer in his mind, because of all the other locations minors are allowed unsupervised, such as bowling alleys and sports stadiums. The new law will treat music festivals at private venues the same as public venues, but in order for the event to apply under the new law, there must be over 2,500 people in attendance.