State Sen. Stephanie Bice has filed legislation that would allow retail liquor stores to sell refrigerated high-point beer in Oklahoma.
Bice says this change is something Oklahomans have increasingly been asking for.
Sen. Bice talks to OKSenate.gov.
Currently, high-point beer can only be sold at room temperature and only in liquor retail stores. Consumers would still have to purchase high-point beer at liquor stores, but under Senate Bill 383, the stores would have the option to use refrigeration.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has issued an executive order creating a special committee to develop reforms to how the state handles nonviolent offenders who have substance abuse problems and mental health issues.
Fallin issued the order Wednesday creating the six-member Oklahoma Justice Reform Steering Committee.