The Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Oklahoma is voicing their opposition for a bill that would allow drivers to put a “Make America Great Again” or “Keep American Great” license plate on their vehicles.
Less than a week after withdrawing their petition, the group seeking to legalize recreational marijuana has re-filed to get the matter on the 2020 ballot. Meanwhile, a separate petition to decriminalize marijuana in Oklahoma was also filed Friday.
A member of the University of Oklahoma Board of Regents has resigned shortly after being reelected vice chairman of the panel overseeing the OU system that includes Cameron and Rogers State universities.
Prison officials from Oklahoma and South Carolina both testified before an Oklahoma Senate committee on Monday that cellphone-jamming technology was one of the best ways to stop the use of cellphones by inmates.
A Democratic lawmaker from Oklahoma City is joining forces with gun safety advocates seeking a public vote on whether to overturn a state law that will allow people in the state to openly carry firearms without a background check or training.