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Oklahoma bill updates liquor laws to permit sales in towns under 200 residents

Posted on AllSides February 20th, 2024
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A proposed bill would allow retail liquor stores to be located in places previously not allowed. Currently, it is against the law for liquor to be sold in Oklahoma towns with less than 200 people. This bill seeks to change that. "The language that we're striking is on page two, lines 15 through 17, which is removing the language requiring a population of 200. Before one can have a liquor store," said State Senator Roger Thompson. "Senate Bill 1474. I'm running with Roger Thompson what Senate Bill 1474 does is...

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