How should the law treat second-party ticket sales?

A bill that passed the Minnesota House on Tuesday would make it harder for sports and concert venues to restrict the resale of tickets to their events. Backers of the proposal say people should be able to do what they want with tickets they buy. Opponents charge that the change will make it easier for ticket-scalping operations outside Minnesota to control large numbers of tickets and sell them at inflated prices. Today’s Question: How should the law treat second-party ticket sales?