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7 Oklahoma counties to vote on Sunday liquor store sales


December 25, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Voters in seven Oklahoma counties will decide next year whether to allow liquor stores to open on Sundays, in a continued push to expand the state's market for booze.

The measure will appear on ballots March 3, or "Super Tuesday" — the day for presidential primary votes in Oklahoma and other states.

Voters in 2016 approved changes in statewide liquor laws to allow strong beer and wine to be sold in grocery and convenience stores on Sundays, and to bring Oklahoma in line with other states' laws on alcohol.

But those changes did not address the ban on liquor stores...

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