OKLAHOMA CITY (KOCO-TV) — Carrying guns inside restaurants that serve alcohol could be next in Oklahoma, according to KOCO-TV in Oklahoma CIty.
The state House passed through the measure. People still won't be allowed to bring guns into bars, but the bill would allow people to do so at restaurants that serve alcohol or a bar that gets less than half its profits from alcohol sales.
It still needs to go to the Senate and Governor Kevin Stitt's desk before it could be law.
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