Oklahoma voters approve 4 state questions

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma voters have approved four amendments to the state constitution including the right to hunt, fish and trap.

With results from about half the state's precincts reporting all four questions were leading by double digits.

Other amendments approved include allowing winemakers to sell wine directly to liquor stores and restaurants and requires a person or business to file an application to get an exemption from property taxes.

The final amendment approved gives household property tax exemptions to veterans and their spouses if the veteran is 100 percent disabled due to a military action or a disease contracted while in active service.

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