Oklahoma's highest court is agreeing with a district judge who ruled that a new liquor law is unconstitutional.
Senate Bill 608 would have required top brands of wine and spirits to be sold at all Oklahoma alcohol wholesalers.
In August, a district judge ruled the state could let manufacturers choose who can distribute their products.
Now, Oklahoma's Supreme Court is upholding that ruling, deeming the law invalid.
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