Better late than never: Oklahoma's outdated liquor laws are coming under fire from state business leaders.
Unlike many neighboring states (Texas and New Mexico, for instance), Okies can't even buy wine in the grocery stores.
But that may change if some business leaders get their way. Past efforts to reform the liquor laws have faltered, however, due to resistance from existing business interests and some church groups.
Read it here: Changing the liquor laws.