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Oklahomans may soon have the opportunity to vote on allowing Sunday liquor sales. Senate bill 211 would give counties the option of allowing sales of liquor between noon and 2 pm on Sundays, if voters within the county approve. The bill comes on the heels a state referendum loosening Oklahoma liquor laws which was approved by voters last November.
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