If You’re Selling Alcohol this Fall in Oklahoma, Apply for Employee Licenses Now

In 2016, Oklahoma voters approved State Question 792, which amended the Oklahoma Constitution to allow for the sale of wine and full-strength beer in grocery, pharmacy, and convenience stores and refrigerated beer and other non-alcoholic items in liquor stores. The Oklahoma Legislature responded by passing a variety of statutes and the primary regulatory agency overhauled its rules to implement the constitutional amendment. The new laws go into effect on October 1 of this year. More


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