Garfield County, Okla., will vote on a proposed "Liquor by the Drink" law in October, which would amend liquor laws in the county to allow for the sale and service of alcoholic drinks on Sundays after 10 a.m. The current law prohibits the sale of alcohol on Sundays, with the exception of beer that contains 3.2% or less of alcohol content. The new law would also allow for alcohol sales on Memorial Day, the Fourth of July and Labor Day, but Thanksgiving and Christmas would remain dry.

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