A new law in Oklahoma will allow grocery and convenience stores to sell wine and strong beer starting in October of 2018.
Up to now, only liquor stores were allowed to sell these products. But the fight over the new law isn’t over yet.
As the Fort Smith Times Record reports, Oklahoma’s liquor stores are challenging the new voter-approved guidelines, hoping to put a stop to them. They say the law will put mom-and-pop liquor stores out of business.