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An employee walks past beer selection at Poncho's Liquortown.  mh

Alcohol reform is still underway at the state Capitol

Alcohol reform is still underway at the state Capitol

Proposed bills include changes to taxes, the number of liquor licenses someone may have and stores opening on Sundays.

Cally Johnson, general manager and executive chef, poses for a photo at J. Bruner's in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, July 20, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Food Briefs: Cally Johnson, The Watch-Out Forum and Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma gala

Cally Johnson moves to J. Bruner’s at The Haunted House, The Watch-Out Forum provides answers about State Question 792 and Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma holds its Juliette Low Leadership Society Celebrity Chef Dinner.

Spare Rib Pale Ale just after being sealed in it's can on the assembly line at Coop Ale Works, Oklahoma City, 2-10-16.  (Mark Hancock)

New alcohol laws would affect manufacturers, distributors, retail shops and consumers

Manufacturers, distributors, retail establishments, customers and lawmakers have different ideas about Oklahoma’s liquor laws.

Closeup selection of merchandise in the supermarket

Booze and Brews: Proposed bills could change Oklahoma’s alcohol laws

Two proposed bills could result in massive changes to Oklahoma’s antiquated alcohol and liquor laws.

Put a cork in it

“I went into this thinking we’d fully discuss the issues and try to find a way to bring our laws into the 21st century,” Reasor said. “But the first day, I was the only one who showed up without a prepared statement and without my attorney. I thought it was a strange way to begin

Put a cork in it

“I went into this thinking we’d fully discuss the issues and try to find a way to bring our laws into the 21st century,” Reasor said. “But the first day, I was the only one who showed up without a prepared statement and without my attorney. I thought it was a strange way to begin

Put a cork in it

“I went into this thinking we’d fully discuss the issues and try to find a way to bring our laws into the 21st century,” Reasor said. “But the first day, I was the only one who showed up without a prepared statement and without my attorney. I thought it was a strange way to begin

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