Time is running out for Oklahoma's dry counties
March 23, 2018
OKLAHOMA – "Time is running out for 14 Oklahoma dry counties to change their liquor-by-the-drink sales laws so local consumers can buy beer at restaurants and bars after beer modernization takes effect on Oct. 1. According to the Oklahoma State Election Board, county commissioners have until April 11 to call for a resolution to place a liquor-by-the-drink sales proposition on the June 26 ballot.
If these counties do not change their local laws by the June 26 election, consumers will not be able to buy any beer at local restaurants, bars, bowling alleys or lounges on Oct. 1. This would pre...
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