State lawmakers were sent back to the Capitol with specific instructions to focus on fixing the state budget hold. But that doesn’t mean they all listened.
Proposed bills include changes to taxes, the number of liquor licenses someone may have and stores opening on Sundays.
Urban Agrarian closes, Elk Valley Brewing Co. launches Movin’ On Out events, Made in Oklahoma Expo is Jan. 18 and Oklahoma Craft Beer Summit and Cocoaphilia tasting events were rescheduled due to weather.
CFN looks back on 2016 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2017.
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.
Social media also was the driving force in Moore’s Let’s Fix This campaign. He expected about a dozen people to join him. Instead, around 70 people participated in the inaugural event.
“I want to buy wine where I buy the rest of the stuff I need for dinner, and I want it on Sunday,” Dodgen said.
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.
While presidential hopefuls discussed foreign policy, entitlements and tax codes, Sen. David Holt asked Republicans to also focus on trash collection.