Oklahoma Sunday liquor sales vote

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Voters in seven Oklahoma counties will decide March 3 whether to allow liquor stores to open on Sundays.

Oklahoma County commissioners last Wednesday became the latest to send the question to voters when they voted 2-1 for the proposal.

The proposals come just more than three years after voters approved changes in statewide liquor laws allowing strong beer and wine to be sold in grocery stores.

A 2017 law allowed county commissions to schedule votes on whether liquor stores can also sell on Sundays.

The March 3 vote will be on the same day as the presidential primaries in Oklahoma.

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