Oklahoma’s liquor laws could change in the upcoming years, now that several proposals are being brought to the ballot.
The Retail Liquor Association of Oklahoma has decided to support proposed legislation to modernize the state's liquor stores.
The organization is now proposing eight changes to how liquor is sold. Three of them include wine being available in select grocery stores.
Another is to offer items other than alcohol at retail package stores and even having alcohol delivered to a customer's home.
However, voters likely won't consider the proposed change until November 2016.
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