Louisiana lawmakers are moving ahead with two bills that could put some cash in the hands of bar owners, though there’s no clear way to pay for the programs yet. Bars that applied for the Main Street Recovery grant program would be prioritized if there’s money left over there when the bill passes. Treasurer John Schroder says the fund will likely be exhausted, though, meaning the bill may not help anyone. Another plan would create a separate pot of money the state could use to fund grants for bar owners if Congress passes another coronavirus aid bill. It could allow more bars to qualify for the cash since the state would administrate the fund under looser rules than the federal government.