Attempts to challenge and derail State Question 792 were thwarted recently, and Oklahomans will still be able to enjoy buying full-strength beer and wine in grocery stores in October 2018.
Proposed bills include changes to taxes, the number of liquor licenses someone may have and stores opening on Sundays.
CFN looks back on 2016 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2017.
Manufacturers, distributors, retail establishments, customers and lawmakers have different ideas about Oklahoma’s liquor laws.
Two proposed bills could result in massive changes to Oklahoma’s antiquated alcohol and liquor laws.
Without uniting these cities on important issues, we might lose our ability to put our state on the map in a positive light.
A measure to legalize the sale of non consumable drinking “accessories” at liquor stores passed the House several weeks ago on a 64-27 vote. If House Joint Resolution 1015 passes the Senate, the question, which amends the Oklahoma Constitution, will be left up to the people of Oklahoma. To allow nonalcoholic beverages (or mixers) on…