2022 Legislation

Executive Summary of Tracked Bills

55 Bills On Report
Bill Principal Authors Committees Current Status Class Position
HB1138 Pfeiffer, John (H)
Kidd, Chris (S)
H County & Municipal Government (H) - 02/02/2021
H County & Municipal Government (H) - 02/22/2021
S Finance (S) - 03/17/2021
S Finance (S) - 04/12/2022
S Finance (S) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1138, by Rep. John Pfeiffer, R-Mulhall and Sen. Chris Kidd, R-Waurika, permits the duration of a tax increment finance district exceed 25 years, but may not exceed a duration of 28 years, if the governing body finds that the economic conditions within the district were adversely affected by the effect of the COVID-19 virus, either upon the health of persons residing or doing business within the district, or that effects of the virus on persons and business activity outside the district had a sufficiently adverse impact to provide an extension of the duration of the district and any obligations issued in connection with the increment district for a maximum additional three (3) years. (Dormant)
HB1933 Martinez, Ryan (H)
Taylor, Zack (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/02/2021
H Rules (H) - 03/01/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 03/29/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 04/14/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 04/14/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1933, by Rep. Ryan Martinez, R-Edmond and Sen. Zack Taylor, R-Seminole, defines state average unemployment rate as the average of the three months for the most recent third calendar year quarter or the seasonally adjusted unemployment rates as published by the U.S. Office of Unemployment Insurance. It provides that the duration of unemployment compensation claims submitted during a calendar year is limited to:12 weeks if the state's average unemployment rate is at or below 3 percent; an additional week can be added in addition to the 12 weeks for each 0.5 percent increment in the state's average unemployment rate about 3 percent; or up to a maximum of 30 weeks. (Dormant)
HB2034 McBride, Mark (H)
Allen, Mark (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/02/2021
H General Government (H) - 02/17/2021
H General Government (H) - 02/17/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 03/17/2021
S General Government (S) - 03/17/2021
S Energy (S) - 03/29/2022
S Energy (S) - 04/14/2022
S Energy (S) - 04/14/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2034, by Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore and Sen. Mark Allen, R-Spiro, prohibits Oklahoma from entering a contract with a company unless the company submits a written certification that the company is not currently engaged in a boycott of the oil and gas industry that constitutes an integral part of business conducted or sought to be conducted with the state. It prohibits the state from adopting a procurement, investment or other policy that has the effect of inducing or requiring a person to boycott the oil and gas industry, or to boycott a person doing business with the oil and gas industry. It requires the Oklahoma Secretary of State to approve all contracts or waive application on any contract with any state agency if the Secretary determines that compliance is not practicable. It defines applicable terms. (Amended by House, Dormant, Committee Substitute)
HB2046 McCall, Charles (H)
Simpson, Frank (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/02/2021
H Rules (H) - 02/23/2021
H Rules (H) - 02/25/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 03/17/2021
S Education (S) - 03/17/2021
S Education (S) - 04/06/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 04/06/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 04/07/2021
H Conference Committee on Rules (H) - 05/04/2022
Veto Overridden    
 
Paraphrase
HB2046, by Rep. Charles McCall, R-Atoka and Sen. Frank Simpson, R-Springer, allows a two-year institute within the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education to utilize certain procedures to be considered a higher education funding district for the purpose of establishing and organizing the district, calling for operational millage rates or sinking fund millage rates or both. (Amended by House, Dormant)
HB2627 Patzkowsky, Kenton (H)
Montgomery, John Michael (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/02/2021
H Rules (H) - 02/21/2022
H County & Municipal Government (H) - 02/21/2022
H County & Municipal Government (H) - 02/21/2022
H Rules (H) - 03/01/2022
H County & Municipal Government (H) - 03/01/2022
H Rules (H) - 03/03/2022
S Finance (S) - 03/29/2022
S Finance (S) - 04/07/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2627, by Rep. Kenton Patzkowsky, R-Balko and Sen. John Michael Montgomery, R-Lawton, requires the county assessor notify, on or before the first day of June each year, to prepare and mail to each school district and recipient tax jurisdiction a report listing protests filed by taxpayers for property valued over $3 million, the treasurer or chief financial officer of every school district, technology center school district, political subdivision, and any other district affected by the protest that a protest has been filed with the county assessor; the total amount of tax that will be paid under protest; and the approximate amount that would have been apportioned. It sets requirements for taxpayers filing protests based in part on property type. The bill requires appraisers whose services were obtained to assist the county assessor for valuation to not participate in any valuation negotiations, protests to the county assessor or protests to the county board to the county board of equalization, which all contracts, as well as most communications, between county assessors and appraisers to be subject to the Oklahoma Open Records Act. (Dormant)
HB2693 Williams, Danny (H)
Pugh, Adam (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/02/2021
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/11/2021
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/11/2021
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/17/2021
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/18/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 03/17/2021
S Education (S) - 03/17/2021
S Education (S) - 04/06/2021
S Education (S) - 04/06/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 04/06/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 04/07/2021
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2693, by Rep. Danny Williams, R-Seminole and Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond, creates the Oklahoma Education Commission to study online education and education innovation, sets membership of the commission. (Amended by House, Amended by Senate, Stricken Title, Emergency Measure, Committee Substitute)
HB2768 Randleman, Randy (H)
Standridge, Robert (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/02/2021
H Common Education (H) - 02/22/2022
H Rules (H) - 02/22/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/01/2022
S Education (S) - 03/29/2022
S Education (S) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2768, by Rep. Randy Randleman, R-Eufaula and Sen. Robert Standridge, R-Norman, requires school districts' professional development programs regarding dyslexia include information and training in dysgraphia. It establishes requirements for the information to be provided. (Dormant)
HB3038 Boles, Brad (H)
Pemberton, Dewayne (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/08/2022
H Common Education (H) - 02/15/2022
S Education (S) - 03/24/2022
S Education (S) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3038, by Rep. Brad Boles, R-Marlow and Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, permits a student to transfer to a school district in which the parent or legal guardian of the student is employed by the district, if the school district policy on student transfers grants preference for children of employees, regardless of school district capacity.
HB3083 Hilbert, Kyle (H)
Montgomery, John Michael (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/08/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/01/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 03/29/2022
S Finance (S) - 03/29/2022
S Finance (S) - 04/12/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 04/13/2022
H GCCA, General Conference Commitee on Appropriations (H) - 05/03/2022
S GCCA, General Conference Committee on Appropriations (S) - 05/04/2022
CCR Read (Senate)    
 
Paraphrase
HB3083, by Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew and Sen. John Michael Montgomery, R-Lawton, modifies apportionment of tax proceeds from medical marijuana retail sales.
HB3086 Hilbert, Kyle (H)
Pugh, Adam (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/08/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/01/2022
S Education (S) - 03/24/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 04/12/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 04/13/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 04/13/2022
H Senate Amendments - Pending    
 
Paraphrase
HB3086, by Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew and Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond, allows, beginning in the 2022-2023 school year, a school district to use a portion of the transportation funds allocated to the school district to provide transportation grants to parents or legal guardians of students who attend the school district. It requires the school district to develop and submit a plan to the State Department of Education for distribution of the transportation grants. It allows that, upon approval of the plan by the Department, school districts can distribute transportation grants to support individuals or neighborhood carpools in transporting students to and from school.
HB3092 Hilbert, Kyle (H)
Leewright, James (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/08/2022
H Common Education (H) - 02/22/2022
H Rules (H) - 02/22/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/01/2022
S Education (S) - 03/24/2022
S Education (S) - 03/29/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3092, by Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew and Sen. James Leewright, R-Bristow, requires the library media program to be reflective of the community standards for the population the library media center serves when acquiring an age-appropriate collection of print materials, nonprint materials, multimedia resources, equipment, and supplies adequate in quality and quantity to meet the needs of students in all areas of the school library media program.
HB3144 West, Kevin (H)
Murdock, Casey (S)
H Public Safety (H) - 02/08/2022
H Public Safety (H) - 03/01/2022
S Public Safety (S) - 03/29/2022
S Public Safety (S) - 04/11/2022
H Conference Committee on Public Safety (H) - 05/03/2022
CCR Read (Senate)    
 
Paraphrase
HB3144, by Rep. Kevin West, R-Moore and Sen. Casey Murdock, R-Felt, prohibits a governmental entity from entering a contract with a company for the purchase of goods or services unless the contract contains a written verification that the company does not have a practice, policy, guidance, or directive that discriminates against a firearm entity or firearm trade association and will not discriminate during the term of the contract against a firearm entity or firearm trade association. It exempts contracts with sole-source providers or to a governmental entity that does not receive a bid from a company that is able to provide written verification.
HB3415 Pae, Daniel (H)
Howard, Brent (S)
H Government Modernization and Efficiency (H) - 02/08/2022
H Government Modernization and Efficiency (H) - 02/15/2022
S Judiciary (S) - 03/29/2022
S Judiciary (S) - 04/12/2022
CCR Read (House)    
 
Paraphrase
HB3415, by Rep. Daniel Pae, R-Lawton and Sen. Brent Howard, R-Altus, permits members of public bodies, as defined by the Open Meeting Act, to conduct meeting electronically. It prohibits members of public bodies from participating in more than one-quarter of the regular and special meetings of the public body upon which they serve in any floating twelve-month period. It requires attendance in excess of the prohibition be recorded as an absence. It exempts those serving on a virtual charter school approved and sponsored by the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board. It permits members participating remotely to do so from any fixed location, and it requires the meeting be open to the public in person in a public place unless emergency provisions are triggered as outlined in the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act. It prohibits, with the exception of those communications made pursuant to a lawfully convened executive session, private electronic communications concerning public business from occurring during a public meeting by members of the governing body. It requires the meeting notice list electronic source that may be utilized to access the meeting. It removes language that prohibits public body members from participating remotely in public meetings. It requires the requirement of an in-person meeting location for the purposes of conducting a public meeting be suspended statewide during a state of emergency declared by the Governor to respond to the threat of the public's peace, health and safety, or during a locally declared state of emergency declared by a mayor, school board president, or chairman of a board of county commissioners. It requires locally declared states of emergency not continue for more than 30 days without ratification of the public body.
HB3564 McBride, Mark (H)
Pemberton, Dewayne (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/08/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/09/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/02/2022
S Education (S) - 03/24/2022
S Education (S) - 03/29/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 04/06/2022
H GCCA, General Conference Commitee on Appropriations (H) - 05/03/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3564, by Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore and Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, requires the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to establish and maintain an incentive scholarship program and teacher employment incentive program, as funding is available, to encourage the preparation of public, prekindergarten through twelfth grade schoolteachers, including minority teachers, for at least five years, to be known as the Oklahoma Future Teacher Scholarship and Employment Incentive Program. The bill considers prospective teachers for the incentive program if they have graduated from an Oklahoma high school, meet the higher education admission standards and declare a major in an approved Oklahoma teacher preparation degree program leading to a standard teaching certificate. It awards scholarships renewable for up to three additional years for qualified students to cover costs of tuition, general enrollment fees, other fees, books, materials, and services provided by the institution, including room and board. The bill tasks the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education with creating a committee composed of educators, teacher educators from the participating institutions, and representatives of the public schools and the State Department of Education to provide recommendations to the State Regents. It sets the maximum amount of employment incentive payments for any qualified participant at $4,000 per year for up to five years, not to exceed a total of $20,000 per participant.
HB3658 Sterling, Danny (H)
Pemberton, Dewayne (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/08/2022
H Common Education (H) - 02/15/2022
S Education (S) - 03/24/2022
S Education (S) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3658, by Rep. Danny Sterling, R-Tecumseh and Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, updates the State Board of Education requirements for alternative placement teacher certification. The bill removes the requirement to pass the general education portion of the competency examination.
HB3702 Russ, Todd (H)
Weaver, Darrell (S)
H Technology (H) - 02/08/2022
H Judiciary - Criminal (H) - 02/22/2022
H Technology (H) - 02/22/2022
S Education (S) - 03/29/2022
S Education (S) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3702, by Rep. Todd Russ, R-Cordell and Sen. Darrell Weaver, R-Moore, requires providers supplying a school district, charter school, virtual charter school, state agency, public library, or university with online databases for use by students to prohibit and prevent a user of the resource from sending, receiving, viewing, or downloading materials that are child pornography or obscene materials as well as filter or block access to child pornography or obscene materials. It requires providers who fail to comply with the provisions therein to be subject to withheld payments by the school district, charter school, virtual charter school, state agency, public library, or university. It requires libraries to submit to the President Pro Tempore of the Senate and Speaker of the House an aggregate written report on any issues related to provider compliance with technology protection measures. It clarifies that employees of school districts, charter schools, virtual charter schools, state agencies, public libraries, and universities shall not be exempt from prosecution for willful violations of state law prohibiting indecent exposure to obscene material or child pornography.
HB3821 Newton, Carl (H)
Jech, Darcy (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/08/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Finance - Revenue and Taxation (H) - 02/09/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Finance - Revenue and Taxation (H) - 02/14/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Finance - Revenue and Taxation (H) - 02/14/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/01/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 03/29/2022
S Finance (S) - 03/29/2022
S Finance (S) - 04/12/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 04/13/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3821, by Rep. Carl Newton, R-Woodward and Sen. Darcy Jech, R-Kingfisher, extending date of apportionment for the gross production funds specified therein.
HB3823 Newton, Carl (H)
Rosino, Paul (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/08/2022
H Common Education (H) - 02/15/2022
S Health & Human Services (S) - 03/24/2022
S Health & Human Services (S) - 04/04/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3823, by Rep. Carl Newton, R-Woodward and Sen. Paul Rosino, R-Oklahoma City, authorizes Oklahoma licensed optometrists and ophthalmologists to administer vision tests to specified public school children.
HB3872 Phillips, Logan (H)
Taylor, Zack (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/08/2022
H Common Education (H) - 02/22/2022
H Rules (H) - 02/22/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/01/2022
S Education (S) - 03/24/2022
S Education (S) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3872, by Rep. Logan Phillips, R-Mounds and Sen. Zack Taylor, R-Seminole, allows the State Board of Education to approve a charter application from the Office of Juvenile Affairs for a charter offsite from an OJA facility where youth are located.
HB3901 Pfeiffer, John (H)
Montgomery, John Michael (S)
H Utilities (H) - 02/08/2022
S Finance (S) - 03/29/2022
S Finance (S) - 04/07/2022
S Finance (S) - 04/07/2022
H Conference Committee on Utilities (H) - 05/03/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB3901, by Rep. John Pfeiffer, R-Mulhall and Sen. John Michael Montgomery, R-Lawton, requires any complaints regarding valuation of real and personal property from any order of the county board of equalization be answered at a conference within 20 days of the answer filed by the county board of equalization. The bill directs appeals from taxpayers and county assessors to the Court of Tax Review.
HB4080 Wallace, Kevin (H)
Leewright, James (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/08/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/01/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 03/24/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 04/07/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB4080, by Rep. Kevin Wallace, R-Wellston and Sen. James Leewright, R-Bristow, removes the requirement for an irrevocable letter of credit prior to awarding a contract, removes reference to CompSource Oklahoma, Department of Real Estate Services of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services, Construction and Properties Division of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services. The bill allows the e Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation to administer the competitive bidding process for contracts exceeding $100,000. The bill allows notice of bids to be given electronically or by publication in a newspaper within 10 days before the date set for opening bids. The bill allows bids to be opened in person or electronically. The bill requires 2.5 percent of payments to be retained once 30 percent of a project is completed. The bill removes a requirement to report on emergency purchases to the governor and legislative leadership, unless it is requested and allows the Risk Management Administrator of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services to declare an emergency on behalf of a public agency when insurable loss has occurred that would lead to further economic loss or additional property damage. The bill removes a requirement on OMES to keep records on certain state agency facility needs and make annual reports on consolidation of certain state services.
HB4106 Vancuren, Mark (H)
Pemberton, Dewayne (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/08/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/09/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Health (H) - 02/21/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/02/2022
S Education (S) - 03/24/2022
S Education (S) - 04/12/2022
S Education (S) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB4106, by Rep. Mark Vancuren, R-Owasso and Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, requires each public school district to maintain a protocol for responding to students in mental health crisis with the goal of preventing student suicide, self-harm, and harm to others. The bill requires the protocol be developed in partnership with local mental health treatment providers. It establishes requirements for the protocol.
HB4287 Davis, Dean (H)
Paxton, Lonnie (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/08/2022
H Rules (H) - 03/02/2022
H Alcohol, Tobacco and Controlled Substances (H) - 03/02/2022
H Alcohol, Tobacco and Controlled Substances (H) - 03/03/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 03/29/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 04/14/2022
H Conference Committee on Alcohol, Tobacco and Controlled Substances (H) - 05/04/2022
CCR Read (Senate)    
 
Paraphrase
HB4287, by Rep. Dean Davis, R-Broken Arrow and Sen. Lonnie Paxton, R-Tuttle, requires flower-based medical marijuana products to be pre-packaged before being sold to a dispensary. The sets requirements for the packaging, and allows display and smelling of medical marijuana, but not deli-style sales.
HB4388 Hilbert, Kyle (H)
Pugh, Adam (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/08/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/09/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/21/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/02/2022
S Education (S) - 03/29/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 03/29/2022
S Education (S) - 04/05/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 04/13/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB4388, by Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew and Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond, requires the portion of lottery annual net proceeds deposited to the Oklahoma Education Lottery Trust Fund that exceeds $60 million to be deposited into a Teacher Empowerment Fund and appropriated by the Legislature on a cash basis to be allocated by the State Department of Education to serve as a state match to local public school dollars allocated for advanced, lead, and master teaching certificates as outlined in Section 6-190 of Title 70 of the Oklahoma Statutes starting in the 2022-23 school year.
HB4452 Martinez, Ryan (H)
Wallace, Kevin (H)
Hall, Chuck (S)
Thompson, Roger (S)
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (House) (H) - 02/16/2022
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (Senate) (S) - 03/02/2022
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (House) (H) - 03/02/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB4452, by Rep. Kevin Wallace, R-Wellston, Rep. Ryan Martinez, R-Edmond, Sen. Chuck Hall, R-Perry, and Sen. Roger Thompson, R-Okemah, places a requirement that the amount the State Department of Education transfers each month to the Teachers' Retirements System Dedicated Revenue Revolving Fund must not exceed the total amount for the fiscal year authorized by the Legislature for transfer in that fiscal year.
HB4465 Martinez, Ryan (H)
Wallace, Kevin (H)
Thompson, Roger (S)
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (House) (H) - 02/16/2022
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (House) (H) - 05/17/2022
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (Senate) (S) - 05/17/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB4465, by Rep. Kevin Wallace, R-Wellston, Rep. Ryan Martinez, R-Edmond, and Sen. Roger Thompson, R-Okemah, establishes apportionments of the money appropriated to the State Department of Education in the general appropriations bill (SB1040).
SB0002 Bergstrom, Micheal (S)
Hasenbeck, Toni (H)
S Education (S) - 01/27/2021
S Education (S) - 02/02/2021
S Education (S) - 02/23/2021
H Common Education (H) - 03/22/2021
H Criminal Justice and Corrections (H) - 04/07/2021
H Criminal Justice and Corrections (H) - 04/08/2021
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0002, by Sen. Micheal Bergstrom, R-Adair and Rep. Toni Hasenbeck, R-Elgin, creates the Save Women's Sports Act. It prohibits anyone of the male sex from playing on athletic teams designated for females, women, or girls. It requires any student who is deprived of an athletic opportunity due to a violation of this rule, to have a cause of action for injunctive relief against the school. It requires any student who is subject to retaliation by a school, athletic association, or intercollegiate association for reporting a violation of this rule, to have a cause of action for injunctive relief against the school, or athletic association. It prohibits the State Board of Education, the State Regents, and any athletic association from entering a complaint, opening an investigation, or taking any other adverse action against a school for maintaining athletic teams for students of the female sex. (Amended by House, Emergency Measure, Committee Substitute)
SB0488 Paxton, Lonnie (S)
Sims, Lonnie (H)
S General Government (S) - 01/27/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 02/02/2021
S General Government (S) - 02/02/2021
S General Government (S) - 02/04/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 02/04/2021
S Appropriations (S) - 02/18/2021
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/22/2021
H Appropriations & Budget, General Government (H) - 03/23/2021
H Appropriations & Budget, General Government (H) - 03/29/2021
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/30/2021
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/07/2021
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0488, by Sen. Lonnie Paxton, R-Tuttle and Rep. Lonnie Sims, R-Jenks, creates the Office of Homeland Security within the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management. (Dormant)
SB0523 Paxton, Lonnie (S)
Lepak, Mark (H)
S Rules (S) - 01/27/2021
S Rules (S) - 02/02/2021
S Rules (S) - 02/10/2021
H Elections and Ethics (H) - 03/22/2021
H Elections and Ethics (H) - 03/30/2021
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0523, by Sen. Lonnie Paxton, R-Tuttle and Rep. Mark Lepak, R-Claremore, prohibits a political subdivision, agency or officer of the state including but not limited to the Governor, the Attorney General, the State Election Board, a district attorney or a county election board, from entering into a legal agreement or court settlement that prescribes election procedures that conflict with procedures prescribed by the Legislature in statute. It provides neither the Governor nor any officer of the executive branch, by executive order or other executive action, can alter or amend procedures duly enacted by the Legislature except where specifically authorized. (Amended by Senate, Dormant)
SB0615 Bullard, David (S)
Williams, Danny (H)
S Education (S) - 01/27/2021
S Education (S) - 02/02/2021
S Education (S) - 02/22/2022
S Education (S) - 02/22/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/31/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/04/2022
H State Powers Committee (H) - 04/04/2022
H State Powers Committee (H) - 04/13/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0615, by Sen. David Bullard, R-Durant and Rep. Danny Williams, R-Seminole, requires all public charter schools and public schools to require every multiple occupancy restroom or changing area be designated as exclusively for use by the male or female sex. It requires schools to provide single-occupancy restrooms or changing rooms to individuals who do not wish to comply with the provisions of this measure. It directs each school to adopt disciplinary procedures for violators. It requires that any public school district or public charter school district that fails to comply with the provisions of this measure to be subject to a 5 percent reduction in state funding for the fiscal year following the year of noncompliance. It provides that any parent or legal guardian of a child enrolled in a school that violates these provisions shall have a cause of action against the public school district or public charter school for noncompliance. (Emergency Measure, Dormant)
SB0626 Bullard, David (S)
Randleman, Randy (H)
S Education (S) - 01/27/2021
S Education (S) - 02/02/2021
S Education (S) - 03/01/2022
S Education (S) - 03/01/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/31/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0626, by Sen. David Bullard, R-Durant and Rep. Randy Randleman, R-Eufaula, requires, beginning with the 2021-2022 school year, the parent or legal guardian of a student disclose to the student's resident district if the student has received mental health services from a mental health facility in the previous one year at least five day prior to the student enrolling in or transferring to the district. It defines the term "facility" by statutory reference. It requires designated school personnel to meet with the parent or legal guardian of the student and representatives of the mental health facility within 10 days of the disclosure to determine whether the student needs any accommodations including but not limited to an individualized education program (IEP). It permits the meeting to take place in person, via teleconference or via videoconference. It requires the disclosure and subsequent handling of personal health information and related student education records comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). It requires the State Board of Education to promulgate necessary rules. (Emergency Measure, Dormant)
SB0970 Floyd, Kay (S)
Townley, Tammy (H)
S Judiciary (S) - 01/27/2021
S Judiciary (S) - 02/02/2021
S Judiciary (S) - 02/09/2021
S Judiciary (S) - 02/09/2021
H General Government (H) - 03/22/2021
H General Government (H) - 03/24/2021
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0970, by Sen. Kay Floyd, D-Oklahoma City and Rep. Tammy Townley, R-Ardmore, exempts from the definition of the term "record" in the Open Records Act any information provided to a state agency or entity that will be utilized to provide a license or certificate to an individual including, but not limited to, an applicant's personal address, phone number, other contact information or any other material provided in order to qualify for or receive a license or certificate, provided the license or certificate shall be a public record. It modifies language related to public bodies keeping personnel information confidential to say that it is at the sole discretion of the public body. It requires public bodies that provide services to the public redact personal email addresses from any records and any portion of any record that contains the name or any other identifier of the occupants of any residential structure. (Amended by Senate, Dormant, Committee Substitute)
SB1040 Hall, Chuck (S)
Thompson, Roger (S)
Hilbert, Kyle (H)
Wallace, Kevin (H)
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (Senate) (S) - 02/18/2021
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (Senate) (S) - 05/17/2022
Joint Comm on Appropriation & Budget (House) (H) - 05/17/2022
Law W/O Governor Signature    
 
Paraphrase
SB1040, by Sen. Chuck Hall, R-Perry, Sen. Roger Thompson, R-Okemah, Rep. Kevin Wallace, R-Wellston, and Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew, makes general appropriations to executive, judicial and legislative agencies. (Appropriation Bill, Emergency Measure)
SB1119 Garvin, Jessica (S)
Hilbert, Kyle (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 03/01/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/30/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1119, by Sen. Jessica Garvin, R-Duncan and Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew, removes the 270 clock hours of classroom teacher per semester limitation on adjunct public school teachers.
SB1138 Pemberton, Dewayne (S)
Pae, Daniel (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/15/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/28/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/12/2022
H Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1138, by Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee and Rep. Daniel Pae, R-Lawton, amends the School Safety and Bullying Prevention Act. The bill changes the term "at school" to "on school premises." It requires school districts policy for the discipline of all children attending public school in that district and for the investigation of reported incidents of bullying be updated annually. The bill modifies the policy's requirements. It requires school districts, rather than only make an effort, to involve the teachers, parents, administrators, school staff, school volunteers, community representatives, local law enforcement agencies, and students. It requires the district board of education, before adopting the policy or any modifications to the policy, to hold at least one public hearing on the proposed policy or modifications to the policy. It permits the public hearing to be held as part of a regularly scheduled board meeting. It requires the district board of education provide notice of the public hearing to students and the parents or legal guardians of students using social media and at least one other communication method regularly used by the board of education. It requires the district board of education to submit a copy to the State Department of Education within 30 days of approving the policy.
SB1147 Taylor, Zack (S)
Miller, Nicole (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/28/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1147, by Sen. Zack Taylor, R-Seminole and Rep. Nicole Miller, R-Edmond, permits the State Board of Education to develop rules to determine if courses on aviation are eligible for non-elective academic credit toward meeting graduation requirements.
SB1190 Pugh, Adam (S)
McBride, Mark (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
H Higher Ed & Career Tech (H) - 03/28/2022
H Higher Ed & Career Tech (H) - 04/04/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1190, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore, permits the State Board of Career and Technology Education to establish courses in the area of hydrogen energy. It permits the courses to include but are not limited to the following topics: hydrogen energy basics; hydrogen energy-related equipment manufacturing and maintenance; hydrogen energy infrastructure; and hydrogen energy safety. It permits the State Board of Career and Technology Education to consult the Oklahoma Department of Commerce in establishing courses that meet the workforce needs of the hydrogen energy sector in the state.
SB1238 Dugger, Tom (S)
Ranson, Trish (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 03/01/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/30/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1238, by Sen. Tom Dugger, R-Stillwater and Rep. Trish Ranson, D-Stillwater, establishes that a public school student who transfers from the district in which the student resides to another school district under the Education Open Transfer Act is not prohibited from enrolling in a full-time virtual education program offered by the receiving school district. It requires the board of education of a school district with a full-time virtual education program adopt a policy to determine the number of transfer students the program has the capacity to accept in each grade level as provided by statute. It also removes the prohibition on school districts offering full-time virtual education to students who are not residents of the school district.
SB1307 Coleman, Bill (S)
Vancuren, Mark (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 03/01/2022
S Education (S) - 03/01/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/28/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1307, by Sen. Bill Coleman, R-Ponca City and Rep. Mark Vancuren, R-Owasso, requires school districts and charter schools, beginning July 1, 2023, that serve any students in grades seven through 12and issue student identification cards to have printed on either side of the student identification cards the telephone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the Crisis Text Line, which can be accessed by texting HOME to 741741. It states it is the intent of the Legislature, beginning July 1, 2023, institutions within The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education and private institutions of higher education in the state that issue student identification cards may print on either side of the student identification cards the telephone numbers for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the Crisis Text Line, which can be accessed by texting HOME to 741741; and the campus police or security telephone number or, if the campus does not have a campus police or security telephone number, the local nonemergency telephone number. It permits school districts or charter schools that have a supply of unissued student identification cards that do not comply with the bill’s provisions to issue the non-compliant student identification cards until the supply is depleted.
SB1410 Taylor, Zack (S)
Mize, Garry (H)
S Energy (S) - 02/01/2022
S Energy (S) - 02/08/2022
S Energy (S) - 02/10/2022
H Energy & Natural Resources (H) - 03/28/2022
H Energy & Natural Resources (H) - 04/06/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1410, by Sen. Zack Taylor, R-Seminole and Rep. Garry Mize, R-Edmond, directs multiple government entities to develop emergency energy plans showing how in a time of emergency each entity will draw power from no fewer than three energy sources and directs the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management to promulgate rules related to the plans.
SB1429 Haste, John (S)
Sterling, Danny (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 02/10/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 02/16/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/28/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Veto    
 
Paraphrase
SB1429, by Sen. John Haste, R-Broken Arrow and Rep. Danny Sterling, R-Tecumseh, exempts a teacher candidate or teacher from the requirement to pass the general education portion of the competency examination required therein if they have a master's degree from an institution accredited by a national or regional accrediting agency which is recognized by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education.
SB1486 Jech, Darcy (S)
Newton, Carl (H)
S Finance (S) - 02/01/2022
S Finance (S) - 02/08/2022
S Finance (S) - 02/08/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 02/10/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 02/16/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/28/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Finance - Revenue and Taxation (H) - 03/30/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Finance - Revenue and Taxation (H) - 04/04/2022
S GCCA, General Conference Committee on Appropriations (S) - 05/05/2022
H GCCA, General Conference Commitee on Appropriations (H) - 05/11/2022
Conferees Named (House)    
 
Paraphrase
SB1486, by Sen. Darcy Jech, R-Kingfisher and Rep. Carl Newton, R-Woodward, requires gross receipts for a purchased vehicle if there is a trade-in to only be the difference between the purchased vehicle and the trade-in.
SB1511 Rosino, Paul (S)
Pfeiffer, John (H)
S Health & Human Services (S) - 02/01/2022
S Health & Human Services (S) - 02/08/2022
S Health & Human Services (S) - 02/09/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1511, by Sen. Paul Rosino, R-Oklahoma City and Rep. John Pfeiffer, R-Mulhall, prohibits medical marijuana commercial growers from being within 1,000 feet from a public or private school, while grandfathering in facilities currently within 1,000 feet. The bill does not force facilities to move if a public of private school opens within 1,000 feet of their current site.
SB1520 Murdock, Casey (S)
West, Kevin (H)
S General Government (S) - 02/01/2022
S General Government (S) - 02/08/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 02/28/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 03/03/2022
H General Government (H) - 03/28/2022
H General Government (H) - 04/13/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1520, by Sen. Casey Murdock, R-Felt and Rep. Kevin West, R-Moore, specifies that retainage amounts for contractors and subcontractors is 2.5 percent of the original contract amount.
SB1524 Taylor, Zack (S)
Echols, Jon (H)
S Energy (S) - 02/01/2022
S Energy (S) - 02/08/2022
S Energy (S) - 03/03/2022
S Energy (S) - 03/03/2022
H Energy & Natural Resources (H) - 03/28/2022
H Energy & Natural Resources (H) - 04/13/2022
S GCCA, General Conference Committee on Appropriations (S) - 05/05/2022
H Conference Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (H) - 05/11/2022
Conferees Named (House)    
 
Paraphrase
SB1524, by Sen. Zack Taylor, R-Seminole and Rep. Jon Echols, R-Oklahoma City, states oil and natural gas proceeds that are not paid on time will not accrue interest if owner legally entitles to the proceeds has not requested in writing to the person holding revenue or proceeds from the sale of production that interest be paid or the proceeds have been paid to a government entity and are under any act governing unclaimed or abandoned property, the proceeds are held in suspense due a lien being filed or the person legally entitled to the proceeds has not submitted a properly executed division order or the title is not free from apparent defects, grave doubts and litigious uncertainty. The bill sets a time period for payments to be made if there are no other issues with interest at 12 percent per annum to be compounded annually from the first date that the proceeds are late under. The bill sets what information must be included in a signed division or transfer order.
SB1535 Pugh, Adam (S)
Osburn, Mike (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/15/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/28/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/12/2022
H Conference Committee on Common Education (H) - 05/11/2022
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB1535, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Mike Osburn, R-Edmond, removes references to and descriptions of the Oklahoma Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Evaluation System, removes part of the definition of a career teacher related to longevity in the field. The bill removes requirements on training in how to conduct teacher evaluations and compliance training. The bill removes language on teachers who receive a district evaluation rating of “ineffective.” The bill removes language about teachers who have earned “superior” and “highly effective” ratings. The bill removes language related to compensation and teacher rating. The bill repeals language outlining the Oklahoma Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Evaluation System.
SB1579 Paxton, Lonnie (S)
Hilbert, Kyle (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 03/01/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/28/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1579, by Sen. Lonnie Paxton, R-Tuttle and Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew, allows a school district board to approve a request for a leave of absence from a school district employee to hold office as an officer, director, trustee, or agent of a national, statewide, or school district employee association. The bill sets the process by which a school employee may request a leave of absence from a superintendent and school district board of education and what information they must provide. The bill sets requirements for an employee to return after their term.
SB1621 Pugh, Adam (S)
Dills, Sheila (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 02/10/2022
S Education (S) - 02/22/2022
S Education (S) - 02/22/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 03/02/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/30/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/12/2022
H Conference Committee on Common Education (H) - 05/11/2022
H Conference Committee on Common Education (H) - 05/13/2022
Conferees Named (House)    
 
Paraphrase
SB1621, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Sheila Dills, R-Tulsa, creates State Charter School Board. It requires the board to have the sole authority to authorize and sponsor charter schools and statewide virtual charter schools in Oklahoma. It provides for board membership and responsibilities.
SB1631 Pugh, Adam (S)
Vancuren, Mark (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 02/10/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 02/16/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1631, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Mark Vancuren, R-Owasso, requires the Commission for Educational Quality and Accountability to establish a two-year pilot program for mentor teacher training with the goal of retaining teachers. It requires the pilot program to provide mentor teachers, who have taught for at least five years, with coaching tools to guide, support, and assist teachers who have been employed by a public school district for one year in the areas of classroom management, curriculum, differentiation of instruction, and other pedagogical techniques. It requires, subject to the availability of funds, mentor teachers who complete the training pilot program to be provided a one-time stipend of $3,000. It requires the commission to administer an introductory survey and an exit survey to teachers placed under the mentorship of a mentor teacher who completed the training pilot program created therein. It requires the commission to create a standardized survey form to measure a teacher’s mentorship experience. The bill requires that, by July 1, 2026, the Commission submit a report to the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, the Speaker of theHouse of Representatives, and the chairs of the education committees in the Senate and House of Representatives. It requires the report to include but not be limited to aggregate data from the surveys and recommendations regarding continuation or expansion of the pilot program.
SB1659 Newhouse, Joe (S)
Dills, Sheila (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
H Rules (H) - 03/31/2022
H Rules (H) - 04/12/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1659, by Sen. Joe Newhouse, R-Tulsa and Rep. Sheila Dills, R-Tulsa, modifies submission requirements for the Oklahoma Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship Act. The bill requires on or before April 30, 2024, and once every two years after, such scholarship-granting organization and educational improvement grant organization to electronically submit to the Oklahoma Tax Commission, the Governor, President Pro Tempore of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the chairs and vice chairs of the education committees of the Senate and House of Representatives an audited financial statement for the organization along with information detailing the benefits, successes, or failures of the program, and make publicly available on its website the financial statement and information submitted pursuant to this paragraph.
SB1671 Pugh, Adam (S)
Bush, Carol (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/22/2022
S Education (S) - 02/22/2022
H Common Education (H) - 03/28/2022
H Common Education (H) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1671, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Carol Bush, R-Tulsa, requires the governing board of each school district to publicly disclose the names of the final three candidates being considered for the position prior to entering into a written contract with a superintendent. The bill requires each board to publicly disclose the names of the candidate(s) if the final number of candidates is fewer than three.
SB1673 Pugh, Adam (S)
Nollan, Jadine (H)
S Education (S) - 02/01/2022
S Education (S) - 02/08/2022
S Education (S) - 02/22/2022
S Education (S) - 02/22/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 02/22/2022
S Appropriations (S) - 03/02/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/30/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 03/30/2022
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/04/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/07/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/07/2022
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/07/2022
H GCCA, General Conference Commitee on Appropriations (H) - 05/11/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1673, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Jadine Nollan, R-Sand Springs, modifies income qualifications for the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP), also known as Oklahoma's Promise. It states that beginning with eighth, ninth, tenth, or eleventh grade students who are enrolled in a public or private school or students between the ages of 13 and 16 who are educated by other means who apply for the program in the 2022-23 school year, the federal adjusted gross income of the student's parent(s) cannot exceed: $60,000.00 per year if the parent(s) have 2 or fewer dependent children; $70,000.00 per year if the parent(s) have 3-4 dependent children; and $80,000.00 per year if the parent(s) have 5 or more dependent children.
SB1726 Leewright, James (S)
Hilbert, Kyle (H)
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 02/01/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 02/08/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 02/17/2022
H Alcohol, Tobacco and Controlled Substances (H) - 03/30/2022
H Alcohol, Tobacco and Controlled Substances (H) - 04/14/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1726, by Sen. James Leewright, R-Bristow and Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew, adds commercial grows to statues limiting how close medical marijuana dispensaries can be to schools.
SB1800 Leewright, James (S)
McDugle, Kevin (H)
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 02/01/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 02/08/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 03/03/2022
S Business, Commerce & Tourism (S) - 03/03/2022
H Business and Commerce (H) - 03/28/2022
H Business and Commerce (H) - 04/06/2022
H Rules (H) - 04/14/2022
H Business and Commerce (H) - 04/14/2022
H Rules (H) - 04/18/2022
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB1800, by Sen. James Leewright, R-Bristow and Rep. Kevin McDugle, R-Tulsa, defines a individual as employed during a week when the person did not perform and service, no wages are payable to the individual and for an initial or additional initial claim filing, with any work week of less than full-time work if the wages payable to the individual are less than their weekly benefits plus $100 and if the individual has incurred a loss of wages or reductions in hours equal to or greater than 15 percent of the income or hours worked, based on their customary work experience or contract of hire. The bill states for filing made during a continued claim series, an individual shall be deemed unemployed with respect to any week of less than full-time work if the wages payable to the individual are less than his or her weekly benefit amount plus $100, and a finding that an individual has satisfied the hour and wage threshold as defined in this section shall not preclude a potential investigation or disqualification for benefits if the employer files a timely protest to the initial or additional initial claim. The bill allows certain filings to be made through a digital portal by midnight on or before the date due and allows email to be used by employers to provide certain notifications, as well as generally receiving electronic communications. The bill requires the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission to make rules for deadlines of payment of unemployment taxes and the method of payment and allows the commission to assign certain duties to an assessment board. The bill directs the government to designate a fourth, temporary member if a member of the board of review is disqualified from hearing and determining a claim for benefits. The bill defines terms related to the commission and its work.
SB1802 Howard, Brent (S)
Kannady, Chris (H)
S Judiciary (S) - 02/01/2022
S Judiciary (S) - 02/08/2022
H Rules (H) - 03/29/2022
H Rules (H) - 04/05/2022
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB1802, by Sen. Brent Howard, R-Altus and Rep. Chris Kannady, R-Oklahoma City, amends, merges, consolidates and repeals duplicative sections of law.
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