Enid voters approve Sunday alcohol sales in restaurants
ENID, Okla. – Voters in Enid have approved a major alcohol change in the previously restricted town.
Alcohol sales will now be allowed on Sundays in restaurants and bars.
Backers said they hope this move will attract more restaurants to the area.
They said the Sunday alcohol ban was hurting those efforts.
Alcohol can now also be served on holidays with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas.
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