State Rep. Mike Shelton, who authored the bill, calls it the "nuclear option."
"We need to send the message that if you engage in this activity there are going to be severe consequences beyond the standard punishment of jail and fines," Shelton said. "If there is a chance you could lose your livelihood, maybe you will think twice before you sell crack pipes out of your store."
The legislation now awaits a hearing in the Calendar Committee before hitting the House floor.
2NEWS spoke with several shops in the Tulsa area the bill would potentially affect, but none chose to comment.