SALEM, Ore. — Oregon is taking a step toward making beer, wine and liquor more accessible. The state’s liquor control board has approved the sale of beer and wine at liquor stores.
The approval was just granted Thursday night, so the OLCC, grocery stores and liquor stores are still trying to figure out what is means for consumers. The two changes are meant to relax state liquor laws.
Coming up Tonight at 5: how soon you could only have to visit one store – instead of two – to buy alcoholic beverages.