EVERYTHING'S not OK in Oklahoma City, if a local columnist's readers reflect local sentiment. In a market comprised of Wal-Mart and a host of independents, some residents wonder why their choices are so limited, and why there are no operators like Whole Foods, Trader Joe's or Fresh & Easy in the area. One of the problems may be the state's liquor laws, which prohibit the sale of wine in grocery stores. It isn't clear if anyone is making an effort to change that legislation in the ...

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