2023 Legislation

Executive Summary of Tracked Bills

57 Bills On Report
Bill Principal Authors Committees Current Status Class Position
HB1029 Talley, John (H)
Stanley, Brenda (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/07/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/09/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/22/2023
S Education (S) - 03/23/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/24/2023
S Education (S) - 04/04/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 04/13/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1029, by Rep. John Talley, R-Stillwater and Sen. Brenda Stanley, R-Midwest City, requires the State Department of Education Office of Federal Programs to adopt a standard form for school districts to use to identify homeless students. Parents, or students if they are not in their parent's custody, must fill out the form annually at enrollment.
HB1035 Rosecrants, Jacob (H) H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/21/2023
S Education (S) - 03/30/2023
S Education (S) - 04/04/2023
S Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1035, by Rep. Jacob Rosecrants, D-Norman, requires a student be given an excused absence for attending mental health treatment or occupational therapy if the school is notified in advance and upon receipt of documentation from the mental health or occupational therapy provider evidencing the child's absence due to participation in mental health counseling or occupational therapy.
HB1041 Randleman, Randy (H)
Stanley, Brenda (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/21/2023
S Education (S) - 03/29/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1041, by Rep. Randy Randleman, R-Eufaula and Sen. Brenda Stanley, R-Midwest City, permits a school district to issue an alternate diploma to a student who meets the definition of a student with the most significant cognitive disabilities and who participates in the Oklahoma Alternate Assessment Program (OAAP) beginning in the 2023-2024 school year. It requires an alternate diploma be standards-based, aligned with requirements for a standard diploma, and obtained by the school year in which a student turns 22 years of age. It provides that an alternate diploma will not terminate a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) for students with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) unless they reach the maximum age of FAPE. It requires the IEP team to determine subsequent courses and services for students who receive an alternate diploma. It prohibits students participating in the OAAP from being precluded from attempting to meet the requirements of a standard diploma and participation in the OAAP will not determine a student's educational setting under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The bill permits students who meet requirements for an alternate diploma to count as having received a standard diploma for purposes of calculating and reporting the adjusted cohort graduation rate (ACGR). It permits a student to be awarded an alternate diploma upon completion of specified curriculum units or sets of competencies at the secondary level.
HB1397 Lepak, Mark (H)
Bergstrom, Micheal (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/14/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/28/2023
S Education (S) - 03/30/2023
S Education (S) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1397, by Rep. Mark Lepak, R-Claremore and Sen. Micheal Bergstrom, R-Adair, requires the State Department of Education to develop a curriculum about the civil rights movement from 1954 to 1968, the natural law and natural rights principles, and the tactics of non-violent resistance employed by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It allows the course to be taught as a stand-alone unit or integrated into pre-existing course work. It requires there to be an additional unit of instruction studying other acts of discriminatory injustice, such as genocide, committed elsewhere around the globe.
HB1441 Provenzano, Melissa (H)
Pugh, Adam (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/21/2023
S Education (S) - 03/30/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1441, by Rep. Melissa Provenzano, D-Tulsa and Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond, removes certain requirements for when school employees have to go through certain professional developments and gives local school boards of when those trainings will occur.
HB1445 Provenzano, Melissa (H)
Garvin, Jessica (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/28/2023
S Education (S) - 03/29/2023
S Education (S) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1445, by Rep. Melissa Provenzano, D-Tulsa and Sen. Jessica Garvin, R-Duncan, requires a school district board of education post on its website a copy of the bond proposal, including each project to be funded by the bond proceeds, a description of each project, and the estimated cost for each project 30 days before a bond election.
HB1542 Moore, Anthony (H)
Stanley, Brenda (S)
H Judiciary -- Civil (H) - 02/07/2023
H Judiciary -- Civil (H) - 02/16/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 03/23/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1542, by Rep. Anthony Moore, R-Clinton and Sen. Brenda Stanley, R-Midwest City, clarifies that any restaurant that, in good faith and without compensation, donates food which is prepared and subsequently donated by the restaurant will not be liable for damages caused by the condition of the food, unless the damages result from the intentional act or omission or the gross negligence of the restaurant.
HB1634 Staires, Clay (H)
Bergstrom, Micheal (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/14/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/16/2023
S Education (S) - 03/29/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
H Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1634, by Rep. Clay Staires, R-Skiatook and Sen. Micheal Bergstrom, R-Adair, allows for the search of shoes and hand and head coverings of students.
HB1758 Manger, Robert (H)
Montgomery, John Michael (S)
H County & Municipal Government (H) - 02/07/2023
H County & Municipal Government (H) - 02/27/2023
S General Government (S) - 03/29/2023
S General Government (S) - 04/13/2023
H Senate Amendments - Rejected    
 
Paraphrase
HB1758, by Rep. Robert Manger, R-Oklahoma City and Sen. John Michael Montgomery, R-Lawton, prohibits county assessors from using an unmanned aircraft to inspect real or personal property for the purpose of valuation, data collection, or any other purpose related to the assessorís duties.
HB1863 Kerbs, Dell (H) H Rules (H) - 02/07/2023 Prefiled    
 
Paraphrase
HB1863, by Rep. Dell Kerbs, R-Shawnee,
HB1934 McCall, Charles (H)
Treat, Greg (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/07/2023
H Rules (H) - 03/01/2023
H Rules (H) - 03/02/2023
S Education (S) - 03/30/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
S Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1934, by Rep. Charles McCall, R-Atoka and Sen. Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City, creates the Oklahoma Parental Choice Tax Credit Act, an income tax credit for qualified expenses related to private school tuition and fees. It provides a maximum $7,500 credit for households with an adjusted gross income (AGI) of less than $75,000; a maximum $7,000 for households with an AGI of more than $75,000 but less than $150,000; a maximum $6,500 for households with an AGI of more than $150,000 but less than $225,000; a maximum $6,000 for households with an AGI of more than $225,000 but less than $250,000; a maximum $5,000 for households with an AGI of more than $250,000. It also a $1,000 per student income tax credit for qualified homeschooling expenses. It permits students participating in the program to accept scholarships from the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program. The bill caps the total amount of private school tax credits that can be claimed at $150 million in tax year 2024; $200 million in tax year 2024; and $250 million for tax year 2026 and subsequent tax years. It implements a $5 million annual cap on the homeschool expenses tax credit. The bill requires the Oklahoma Tax Commission to establish a process for those claiming the private school tax credit to receive installment payments. The measure exempts from liability the Oklahoma Tax Commission, State Department of Education, State Board of Education, the state, a public school district, a public charter school, a public virtual charter school, or a magnet school based from the award of or use of a tax credit. The bill permits taxpayers to intervene in lawsuits challenging the Oklahoma Parental Choice Tax Credit Program. The bill requires the Tax Commission to publish on its website the amount of credits claimed each year. It authorizes the Tax Commission to conduct an audit or contract for the auditing of receipts for qualified expenses. The bill directs the State Department of Education to create a user-friendly website for users to publicly rate, review, and share information about education service providers.
HB1935 McCall, Charles (H)
Treat, Greg (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/07/2023
H Rules (H) - 02/16/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/16/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/16/2023
S Public Safety (S) - 02/23/2023
S Education (S) - 03/23/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/24/2023
S Education (S) - 03/27/2023
S Finance (S) - 03/27/2023
H Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1935, by Rep. Charles McCall, R-Atoka and Sen. Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City, creates the Oklahoma Parental Choice Tax Credit Act. The bill states legislative intent. The bill defines applicable terms. The bill establishes a $7,500 tax credit per child for students in households with adjusted gross incomes of $250,000 or less that attend a private school accredited by the State Board of Education or another accrediting association or the amount of tuition and fees for the private school, whichever is less, and $1,000 per household for qualified expenses per taxpayer in each tax year if one or more eligible students is educated pursuant to the other means of education (homeschooled). It requires the taxpayer to retain all receipts of qualified expenses as proof of the amounts paid each tax year the credit is claimed and to submit them to the Oklahoma Tax Commission upon request. It permits the commission to prescribe forms for purposes of claiming the credits . It requires the commission to create a form for the purpose of allowing taxpayers to request that the credit amount be advanced to the taxpayer in two installments of not more than $3,750 per semester or the amount of tuition and fees for the private school, whichever is less. It requires eligible taxpayers who submit the form and qualify for an advance to be approved and paid within 60 days of submitting the prescribed form. The bill permits students to accept a scholarship from the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program participating in the Oklahoma Parental Choice Tax Credit Program. The bill authorizes the Tax Commission to conduct an audit or contract for the auditing of receipts for qualified expenses submitted. It authorizes the Tax Commission to recapture the credits on a prorated basis if an audit shows that the credit was claimed for expenditures that were not qualified expenses or it finds that the taxpayer has claimed an eligible student who no longer attends a private school or has enrolled in a public school in the state. The bill requires the tax credit to be reduced proportionately to the reduction in the amount of money appropriated to the State Board of Education in the event of a revenue failure. The bill establishes requirements for taxpayers claiming the credits. The bill requires the State Department of Education to implement a commercially viable, cost-effective, and user-friendly system for users to publicly rate, review, and share information about education service providers. It requires the Tax Commission to coordinate with the State Department of Education to develop a process to review student enrollment information in order to verify that an eligible student who is claimed by a taxpayer receiving a tax credit is not enrolled in a public school in the state. It requires taxpayers be permitted to intervene for the purposes of defending the Oklahoma Parental Choice Tax Credit Program's constitutionality if it is challenged. The bill provides the act is not severable. The bill requires HB2775 to become effective in order for it to be effective.
HB1936 McCall, Charles (H)
Pugh, Adam (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/07/2023
H Rules (H) - 03/02/2023
S Education (S) - 03/29/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
S Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
HB1936, by Rep. Charles McCall, R-Atoka and Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond, requires school districts reimburse teachers who are subject area certified and who take at the request of the employing district and passes another subject area examination to teach an additional subject for the district. The bill requires the reimbursement to be equivalent to the cost of the subject area competency examination. The bill directs the State Board of Education to allocate funds to districts to provide a $500 annual stipend to mentor teachers. It also requires a mentor teacher to provide guidance to a teacher in his or her first year of teaching at an employing school district, regardless of how long the teacher has been certified.
HB2180 West, Kevin (H)
Thompson, Kristen (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/21/2023
S Education (S) - 03/29/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
H Senate Amendments - Rejected    
 
Paraphrase
HB2180, by Rep. Kevin West, R-Moore and Sen. Kristen Thompson, R-Edmond, provides eight weeks of paid maternity leave for public school district employees who have been employed by the district for at least one year and who have worked at least 1,250 hours during the previous 12 months. The bill requires the leave be used immediately following the birth of the employee's child and to be in addition to, not in place of, sick leave due to pregnancy. The bill requires the Legislature to appropriate adequate funding to cover the costs of paid maternity leave.
HB2265 Johns, Ronny (H)
Weaver, Darrell (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/07/2023
H Rules (H) - 02/21/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/21/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/28/2023
S Education (S) - 03/29/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2265, by Rep. Ronny Johns, R-Ada and Sen. Darrell Weaver, R-Moore, allows a school district to offer students in grades eleven and twelve an elective course in law enforcement and sets certain standards for the course.
HB2314 Hilbert, Kyle (H)
Pugh, Adam (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/07/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/22/2023
S Education (S) - 03/23/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2314, by Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew and Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond, deletes requirement limiting student transportation within boundaries of the school district. The bill allows a board of education to provide transportation to students living outside of the boundaries and routes established by the State Board of Education.
HB2513 Pittman, Ajay (H)
Pugh, Adam (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/28/2023
S Education (S) - 03/30/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/30/2023
S Education (S) - 04/04/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 04/12/2023
S Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2513, by Rep. Ajay Pittman, D-Oklahoma City and Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond, requires the State Department of Education to establish a Handle with Care Program to enable a law enforcement officer to notify the program when a child is exposed to a traumatic even or other even that may affect his or her ability to succeed at school. It requires the Department to establish guidelines and provide training.
HB2559 Baker, Rhonda (H)
McBride, Mark (H)
Pemberton, Dewayne (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/07/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/09/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 02/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/02/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/02/2023
S Education (S) - 03/30/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
H Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2559, by Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore, Rep. Rhonda Baker, R-Yukon, and Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, changes the name of the Oklahoma Future Teacher Scholarship and Employment Incentive to the Inspired to Teach Program. It permits students who have completed high-school level instruction at home, or completed General Educational Development (GED) test requirements to participate in the program. It defines the term "full-time student."
HB2672 Baker, Rhonda (H)
Pugh, Adam (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/28/2023
S Education (S) - 03/30/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/30/2023
S Education (S) - 04/11/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 04/12/2023
H Senate Amendments - Rejected    
 
Paraphrase
HB2672, by Rep. Rhonda Baker, R-Yukon and Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond, appropriates $500 million from the fiscal year 2024 General Revenue Fund for the financial support of public schools. The bill requires the appropriation be used to provide a minimum salary increase to teachers of $4,000 for years 0-5, $5,000 for years 6-10, $6,000 for years 11-15, $7,000 increase for years 16-20, and $8,000 for years 21-25. It requires the State Board of Education to allocate funds to cover the cost of the salary increase to school districts that do not receive Foundation Aid or Salary Incentive Aid. The bill also provides a one-time $3,000.00 stipend for certified personnel and support personnel at public school districts and Department of Corrections and Office of Juvenile Affairs employees/teachers and CareerTech instructional employees. The measure creates a qualitative bonus pay plan.
HB2678 Baker, Rhonda (H)
McBride, Mark (H)
Murdock, Casey (S)
H Common Education (H) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/14/2023
S Education (S) - 03/23/2023
S Education (S) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2678, by Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore, Rep. Rhonda Baker, R-Yukon, and Sen. Casey Murdock, R-Felt, prohibits a person from being appointed to serve on the State Board of Education if the person serves on a board of education of a school district which is supervised by the State Board.
HB2679 Baker, Rhonda (H)
Rader, Dave (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/07/2023
H Rules (H) - 02/21/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/21/2023
H Common Education (H) - 02/28/2023
S Education (S) - 03/30/2023
S Education (S) - 04/04/2023
S Engrossed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2679, by Rep. Rhonda Baker, R-Yukon and Sen. Dave Rader, R-Tulsa, appropriates $10 million to the State Board of Education from the FY2024 General Revenue Fund to implement a three-year pilot program to improve literacy. The bill requires the program to employ a literacy instructional team to support school districts. It requires team members be placed regionally across the state and have a minimum of five regional literacy leads and 10 literacy specialists. The bill requires the State Department of Education to submit a report the Senate president pro tempore, the House Speaker and the governor at the end of the pilot program that contains an evaluation of the program by school districts, whether the pilot program had an impact on increasing the number of students who are proficient in reading, and recommendations for changes to the Reading Sufficiency Act.
HB2682 Lepak, Mark (H)
Daniels, Julie (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/07/2023
H Rules (H) - 02/21/2023
H Elections & Ethics (H) - 02/21/2023
H Elections & Ethics (H) - 02/27/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 03/30/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2682, by Rep. Mark Lepak, R-Claremore and Sen. Julie Daniels, R-Bartlesville, prohibits any person from offering or providing any contribution, donation, or anything else of value for purposes of conducting or administrating any election. It provides certain exceptions.
HB2750 Miller, Nicole (H)
Haste, John (S)
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/07/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Transportation (H) - 02/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/02/2023
S Aeronautics & Transportation (S) - 03/30/2023
S Aeronautics & Transportation (S) - 04/11/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
HB2750, by Rep. Nicole Miller, R-Edmond and Sen. John Haste, R-Broken Arrow, allows Service Oklahoma to enter into agreements with third-parties to provide the written portion of the driver license test. It allows Service Oklahoma to give the examination at any public or private site. It clarifies that local school districts, the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education, institutions of higher education, or a private entity may hire or employ designated examiners for the Class A, B or C driving skills portion and written portion of the test required for a driver license.
HB2775 McCall, Charles (H)
Treat, Greg (S)
H Rules (H) - 02/07/2023
H Rules (H) - 02/16/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/16/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 02/16/2023
S Public Safety (S) - 02/23/2023
S Education (S) - 03/23/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/24/2023
S Education (S) - 03/27/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/27/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
HB2775, by Rep. Charles McCall, R-Atoka and Sen. Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City, appropriates $500 million from the FY2024 General Revenue Fund to State Board of Education. It increases the minimum teacher pay schedule in the following increments: $3,000 for teachers with 0-4 years of experience; $4,000 for teachers with 5-9 years of experience; $5,000 for teachers with 10-14 years of experience; and $6,000 for teachers with 15-25 years of experience. It creates the Rewarding Excellent Educators Revolving Fund and appropriates $30 million from the FY2024 General Revenue Fund to it. The bill creates the Rewarding Excellent Educators Grant Program to provide grants funds to school districts to implement qualitative bonus pay plans for eligible teachers and eligible support employees. It requires school districts boards of education, in order to receive grant funds to approve and submit to the State Department of Education a qualitative bonus pay plan to reward high-performing eligible teachers and eligible support employees. The bill requires the plans include, but not be limited to, the following components: student growth, as defined by the school district board of education; peer evaluations; administrator evaluations; mentorship participation; and participation in extra responsibilities or duties. The bill requires the department to award grant funds to school districts from the Rewarding Excellent Educators Revolving Fund on a first-come, first-served basis until the funds appropriated are exhausted. It requires the grants awarded be used to provide one-time bonuses to eligible teachers and eligible support employees. It provides that no more than 10 percent of a school district's eligible teachers and eligible support employees may be provided one-time bonuses for the school year. It set the maximum bonus at $5,000. The bill modifies certain weights in the School Aid formula.
HJR1045 Kendrix, Gerrid (H) H Administrative Rules (H) - 05/09/2023
H Administrative Rules (H) - 05/10/2023
Second Reading - Referred to House Committee    
 
Paraphrase
HJR1045, by Rep. Gerrid Kendrix, R-Altus, approves and disapproves certain proposed permanent rules of Oklahoma state agencies.
SB0027 Pemberton, Dewayne (S) S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/15/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 03/31/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/03/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/13/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0027, by Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, adds the option of a composite score of 1110 or higher on the SAT to the qualification requirements for the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program (OHLAP) for students who have graduated within the previous three years from a high school not accredited by the State Board of Education. It permits students who have completed the core curriculum and are seeking admission to a technology center school overseen by the State Board of Career and Technology Education to qualify for OHLAP.
SB0034 Hall, Chuck (S)
Duel, Collin (H)
S General Government (S) - 01/31/2023
S General Government (S) - 02/07/2023
S General Government (S) - 02/09/2023
H Public Health (H) - 03/29/2023
H Public Health (H) - 04/12/2023
Governor Action - Veto    
 
Paraphrase
SB0034, by Sen. Chuck Hall, R-Perry and Rep. Collin Duel, R-Guthrie, corrects statutory references related to the prevention of youth access to tobacco, which was moved from Title 37 to Title 63 in 2016.
SB0093 Rader, Dave (S)
Moore, Anthony (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/21/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/10/2023
H Higher Education & Career Tech (H) - 04/10/2023
H Higher Education & Career Tech (H) - 04/10/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0093, by Sen. Dave Rader, R-Tulsa and Rep. Anthony Moore, R-Clinton, requires students complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to graduate from a public high school accredited by the State Board of Education. It provides for certain exemptions. The bill requires the State Department of Education develop and publish materials for students, parents, and legal guardians explaining the requirements to complete the FAFSA, the benefits to completing the FAFSA, and the opt-out provisions and an opt-out form to be used by school districts, charter schools, and virtual charter schools. It requires the superintendent of each school district to designate a school employee to collect information regarding student compliance with bill's provisions and requires the collection and storage of the information comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). It requires the State Board of Education to promulgate rules that address the method by which a student is to provide proof to a school district, public charter school, or virtual charter school that the student has completed and submitted the FAFSA as required.
SB0100 Pemberton, Dewayne (S) S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/15/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/04/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0100, by Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, requires every school district undergo a risk and vulnerability assessment conducted by the Oklahoma School Security Institute by July 1, 2026. The bill requires the assessment include recommendations to increase security on school district property. It exempts schools districts that underwent a risk and vulnerability assessment conducted by the Oklahoma School Security Institute in the two years prior to the effective date of the bill. It requires school districts to coordinate with the Oklahoma School Security Institute to conduct reassessments every five years.
SB0101 Pemberton, Dewayne (S) S Appropriations (S) - 01/31/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations, Education (S) - 02/15/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/22/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/12/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0101, by Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, requires the State Department of Education to establish the School Resource Officer Grant Program which will provide rural and underserved schools with startup grants for school resource officer (SRO) programs.
SB0110 Weaver, Darrell (S)
Lowe, Dick (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/14/2023
H Elections & Ethics (H) - 03/29/2023
H Elections & Ethics (H) - 04/03/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0110, by Sen. Darrell Weaver, R-Moore and Rep. Dick Lowe, R-Amber, directs the State Board of Career and Technology Education to divide the territory of a technology center school district with a population of more than 225,000 electors into board zones with one board member to be elected from each of the district zones. It directs electors in each district zone to elect a person who is a resident of the district zone beginning with elections held after July 1, 2024.
SB0112 Thompson, Roger (S)
Baker, Rhonda (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/21/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/01/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 03/31/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/03/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/18/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0112, by Sen. Roger Thompson, R-Okemah and Rep. Rhonda Baker, R-Yukon, increases the transportation factor within the State Aid School Funding Formula from 1.39 to 3.0. It replaces the term "Bilingual" with the term "English language learner" and provides a definition for its use in the school funding formula. It increases the school funding formula weights for English language learners and economically disadvantaged students.
SB0126 Bullard, David (S)
Conley, Sherrie (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/14/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0126, by Sen. David Bullard, R-Durant and Rep. Sherrie Conley, R-Newcastle, requires an arresting law enforcement agency to notify the superintendent of the school district or public school in which a student is enrolled if in the course of an arrest for a violent crime it is discovered that the person being arrested is a student of a school district or public school. The bill requires the notification and any information regarding the adjudication of the student be conducted with due regard to the statutory provisions regarding the confidentiality of juvenile. It requires the information be kept as part of the student's permanent records and included in the records provided to a receiving district due to a student transfer conducted pursuant to the Education Open Transfer Act. The bill requires a student's parent or legal guardian to notify the school if the student has been arrested for a violent crime, beginning with the 2023-2024 school year and prior to enrollment.
SB0147 Hicks, Carri (S)
Dempsey, Eddy (H)
S Health & Human Services (S) - 01/31/2023
S Health & Human Services (S) - 02/07/2023
S Health & Human Services (S) - 02/09/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0147, by Sen. Carri Hicks, D-Oklahoma City and Rep. Eddy Dempsey, R-Valliant, allows a school district to stock glucagon and requires written consent and waiver of liability.
SB0194 Murdock, Casey (S)
Newton, Carl (H)
S Finance (S) - 01/31/2023
S Finance (S) - 02/07/2023
S Finance (S) - 02/20/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, General Government (H) - 03/31/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, General Government (H) - 04/04/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/19/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0194, by Sen. Casey Murdock, R-Felt and Rep. Carl Newton, R-Woodward, requires the appointment of the Secretary of the Land Office to be subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.
SB0261 Howard, Brent (S)
Kannady, Chris (H)
S Judiciary (S) - 01/31/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/07/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/07/2023
H Judiciary -- Civil (H) - 03/29/2023
H Judiciary -- Civil (H) - 04/06/2023
H Judiciary -- Civil (H) - 04/06/2023
H Judiciary -- Civil (H) - 04/06/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0261, by Sen. Brent Howard, R-Altus and Rep. Chris Kannady, R-Oklahoma City, considers a library a political subdivision for the means of the Governmental Tort Claims Act.
SB0317 Pemberton, Dewayne (S) S Finance (S) - 01/31/2023
S Finance (S) - 02/07/2023
S Finance (S) - 02/27/2023
H Rural Development (H) - 03/29/2023
H Rural Development (H) - 04/06/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0317, by Sen. Dewayne Pemberton, R-Muskogee, adds reporting requirements pursuant to the promulgation of rules by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce as it relates to the Oklahoma Local Development and Enterprise Zone Incentive Leverage Act.
SB0322 Seifried, Ally (S) S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/14/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 03/31/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/03/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/13/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0322, by Sen. Ally Seifried, R-Claremore, allows Oklahoma tuition aid grants to be used for comprehensive transition and postsecondary programs approved by the United States Department of Education. It creates the Oklahoma's Promise Opportunity Scholarship Act which will provide scholarships to students attending postsecondary programs for students with intellectual disabilities. The scholarship amount will cover the student's tuition to program. It authorizes the State Regents to administer the scholarship program.
SB0359 Pugh, Adam (S)
Lowe, Dick (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/28/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/01/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0359, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Dick Lowe, R-Amber, delays the modification of the calculation of Foundation Program Income and Salary Incentive Aid beginning in the 2024-2025 school year, rather than the 2022-2023 school year. The bill requires the State Department of Education to include in its annual budget request the amount of protested ad valorem tax revenues held as prescribed in statute for all school districts in this state for the preceding year.
SB0375 Howard, Brent (S)
Newton, Carl (H)
S Judiciary (S) - 01/31/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/07/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/14/2023
H Elections & Ethics (H) - 03/29/2023
H Elections & Ethics (H) - 04/03/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0375, by Sen. Brent Howard, R-Altus and Rep. Carl Newton, R-Woodward, specifies that a primary election will be held on the third Tuesday in June of each even-numbered year. It requires Declarations of Candidacy to be filed no earlier than 8 am on the first Wednesday of April of any even-numbered year and no later than 5 pm on the next succeeding Friday.
SB0397 Hamilton, Warren (S)
Conley, Sherrie (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/21/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 03/31/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/17/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/17/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0397, by Sen. Warren Hamilton, R-McCurtain and Rep. Sherrie Conley, R-Newcastle, requires each school district board of education, charter school governing body, and public library governing body appoint a committee by September 1, 2023, to conduct an inventory of print and nonprint materials and media located in their libraries. It requires a library media specialist employed by a school district or charter school to be included on the committee. The bill requires the inventory be completed by July 1, 2024. The bill requires the materials and media be designated with one of the following ratings: "Elementary" means the content of the print or nonprint material or media is suitable for children enrolled in grades pre-kindergarten through five; "Junior high" means the content of the print or nonprint material or media may not include material unsuitable for a child enrolled in grades six, seven, and eight, and parents and legal guardians are encouraged to provide guidance to their children in selecting print and nonprint materials and media rated "junior high;" "Under 16" means the content of the print or nonprint materials or media may not include material inappropriate for children under the age of 16, and parents and legal guardians are urged to provide guidance to their children in selecting print and nonprint materials and media rated "under 16;" and "Juniors and seniors" means the content of the print or nonprint material or media may include some material not suitable for minors. It requires, beginning July 1, 2024, school districts and charter schools include only print and nonprint materials and media designated as "elementary" in elementary school libraries serving students in grades pre-kindergarten through five; include only print and nonprint materials and media designated as "elementary" or "junior high" in elementary school libraries that serve students in grades pre-kindergarten through eight; include only print and nonprint materials and media designated as "elementary", "junior high", or "under 16" in junior high school and high school libraries; and place print and nonprint materials and media designated as "juniors and seniors" in a section of the library accessible only to librarians, teachers, and other school staff. It requires print and nonprint materials and media designated as "juniors and seniors" only be available to a student if he or she has presented a librarian, teacher, or other school staff with written consent from a parent or legal guardian. It requires public libraries to place print and nonprint materials and media designated as "juniors and seniors" in a section of the library accessible only to library staff beginning July 1, 2024. It also requires print and nonprint materials and media designated as "juniors and seniors" only be available to an individual under the 18 if he or she has presented library staff with written consent from a parent or legal guardian. It requires, beginning July 1, 2024, no print or nonprint material or media in a school district library, charter school library, or public library include content that the average person age eighteen (18) or older applying contemporary community standards would find has a predominant tendency to appeal to a prurient interest in sex.
SB0404 Daniels, Julie (S)
Echols, Jon (H)
S General Government (S) - 01/31/2023
S General Government (S) - 02/07/2023
S General Government (S) - 02/23/2023
H States' Powers (H) - 03/29/2023
H States' Powers (H) - 04/05/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0404, by Sen. Julie Daniels, R-Bartlesville and Rep. Jon Echols, R-Oklahoma City, deems it to be a substantial burden to exclude any person or entity from participation in or receipt of governmental funds, benefits, programs, or exemptions based solely on the religious character or affiliation of the person or entity.
SB0428 Montgomery, John Michael (S)
Wallace, Kevin (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/28/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/04/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0428, by Sen. John Michael Montgomery, R-Lawton and Rep. Kevin Wallace, R-Wellston, requires every school district to have and implement a school security alert and response system. The bill requires the State Board of Education to adopt a list of approved school security alert and response systems. It establishes minimum requirements for approved school security alert and response systems to include automatically alert designated school personnel when an emergency response is initiated on-site by smartphone application, phone call, text message, or other technology; provide emergency responders with floor plans, caller location and other information to assist emergency responders during a 911 call; and integrate designated school personnel with emergency responders to provide real-time situational updates during an emergency.
SB0429 Montgomery, John Michael (S)
Caldwell, Trey (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
Governor Action - Veto    
 
Paraphrase
SB0429, by Sen. John Michael Montgomery, R-Lawton and Rep. Trey Caldwell, R-Lawton, protects the right of any student enrolled in any school within the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education to wear tribal regalia at on campus or at any institution function, but allows a school to set a policy about times when items cannot be worn because the specific characteristic of the garment or item would endanger the safety of a students or others, or interfere with the learning environment if worn during a specific activity.
SB0467 Stanley, Brenda (S)
Miller, Nicole (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/15/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0467, by Sen. Brenda Stanley, R-Midwest City and Rep. Nicole Miller, R-Edmond, creates the Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact Act. It states the actís purpose to facilitate the mobility of teachers through a collective regulatory framework amongst member states to expedite and enhance the ability of teachers to move across state lines. It defines terms used therein. It provides the member states of the Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact will create and establish a joint public agency known as the Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact Commission. It requires the Commission to be a joint interstate governmental agency comprised of states that have enacted the Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact.
SB0482 Pugh, Adam (S)
McBride, Mark (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/14/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/22/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 03/31/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/03/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/03/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/03/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/19/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/19/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/19/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0482, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore, extends the teacher salary schedule by 10 years.
SB0489 Thompson, Roger (S)
Hilbert, Kyle (H)
S Appropriations (S) - 01/31/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 02/07/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/01/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/12/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/12/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0489, by Sen. Roger Thompson, R-Okemah and Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew, appropriates $44,115,503 from the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority Revolving Fund to the State Public Common School Building Equalization Fund.
SB0516 Pugh, Adam (S)
Echols, Jon (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/21/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/11/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0516, by Sen. Adam Pugh, R-Edmond and Rep. Jon Echols, R-Oklahoma City, creates the Statewide Charter School Board. It requires the board to have the sole authority to sponsor statewide virtual charter schools in Oklahoma and can sponsor charter schools in Oklahoma. It provides for membership of the nine-voting member board. It requires that, beginning July 1, 2024, statewide virtual charter schools must be sponsored only by the Statewide Charter School Board. It abolishes, effective July 1, 2024, the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board and the Statewide Charter School Board shall succeed to any contractual rights and responsibilities and settlement agreements incurred by the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board in a virtual charter school sponsorship contract executed prior to July 1, 2024. It requires the State Board of Education to be responsible for accreditation of charter schools and virtual charter schools and ensure compliance with special education laws and federal laws and programs administered by the State Board of Education. It creates the Statewide Charter School Board Revolving Fund.
SB0550 Seifried, Ally (S)
Moore, Anthony (H)
S Education (S) - 01/31/2023
S Education (S) - 02/07/2023
S Education (S) - 02/21/2023
S Appropriations (S) - 03/01/2023
H Higher Education & Career Tech (H) - 03/29/2023
H Higher Education & Career Tech (H) - 04/10/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0550, by Sen. Ally Seifried, R-Claremore and Rep. Anthony Moore, R-Clinton, requires private and out-of-state degree-granting institutions that operate in the state by any modality meet the same standards of academic quality and fiscal responsibility required of institutions of higher education within The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education, and directs the State Regents to establish and collect annual fees from applicants for authorization costs, require applicants for authorization submit payment into the Tuition Recovery Revolving Fund, which is created in the bill, to offset student tuition losses in the event an authorized institution closes or ceases operations, and be authorized to deny, revoke of not review an institution's authorization if it does not meet The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education standards.
SB0583 Montgomery, John Michael (S)
Hilbert, Kyle (H)
S Finance (S) - 01/31/2023
S Finance (S) - 02/07/2023
S Finance (S) - 02/13/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/05/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/05/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/05/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0583, by Sen. John Michael Montgomery, R-Lawton and Rep. Kyle Hilbert, R-Depew, requires that beginning in 2023, by April 15 of each year and by the end of each calendar year, the Tax Commission to submit reports on the Ad Valorem Reimbursement Fund to the Senate Appropriations Committee chair and House Appropriation and Budget Committee chair. It provides specifics for the report.
SB0654 Rosino, Paul (S)
Burns, Ty (H)
S Veterans & Military Affairs (S) - 01/31/2023
S Veterans & Military Affairs (S) - 02/07/2023
S Finance (S) - 02/07/2023
S Veterans & Military Affairs (S) - 02/15/2023
S Finance (S) - 02/27/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 03/29/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 03/31/2023
H Appropriations & Budget, Education (H) - 04/03/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/18/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/18/2023
H Appropriations & Budget (H) - 04/18/2023
Conferees Named - Senate    
 
Paraphrase
SB0654, by Sen. Paul Rosino, R-Oklahoma City and Rep. Ty Burns, R-Morrison, creates the Captain Steven L. Farley Goldstar Families Act. It requires the surviving spouse and children of a member of any branch of the United States Armed Forces who was killed in action or killed in the performance of his or her duty after September 11, 2001, to be eligible for a waiver of: undergraduate resident tuition at institutions within The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education; and resident tuition for a postsecondary program at a technology center school operating under the State Board of Career and Technology Education.
SB0677 Treat, Greg (S)
Miller, Nicole (H)
S Judiciary (S) - 01/31/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/07/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/21/2023
H Rules (H) - 03/29/2023
H Rules (H) - 04/11/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0677, by Sen. Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City and Rep. Nicole Miller, R-Edmond, requires the State Election Board to make all voter registration information necessary to file available to candidates during the candidate filing period. It provides that a candidate's place of residence and mailing address will be kept confidential and requires a voter registration verification form be submitted in the declaration of candidacy. The address of residence and the mailing address provided on the declaration of candidacy must be verified by the secretary of the election board with whom the Declaration was provided and must be kept confidential, however the information must be provided in anticipation of or as part of a contest of candidacy or content of an election. Prior to filling out a Declaration of Candidacy, a candidate must obtain a voter registration verification form from the secretary that the candidate files with. It requires the verification form to include the candidate's voter information including party affiliation, voter identification number, precinct and county where the voter is registered and the original date of voter registration, if available, as well as all districts where the candidate is registered to vote. It requires the secretary of the election board to only accept a Declaration of Candidacy if the information in the voter registration verification matches the Declaration of Candidacy and all other requirements are met. It requires the State Election Board Secretary to prescribe the voter registration verification form. It clarifies these provisions will not apply to candidates for federal office.
SB0684 Stanley, Brenda (S) S General Government (S) - 01/31/2023
S General Government (S) - 02/07/2023
S General Government (S) - 02/23/2023
H General Government (H) - 03/29/2023
H General Government (H) - 04/04/2023
H General Government (H) - 04/04/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB0684, by Sen. Brenda Stanley, R-Midwest City, allows the use of digital aerial images taken by fixed-wing aircraft complying with Federal Aviation Administration regulations to discover changes to real property after the county assessor has made the initial physical inspection.
SB0710 Rosino, Paul (S)
Baker, Rhonda (H)
S Health & Human Services (S) - 01/31/2023
S Health & Human Services (S) - 02/07/2023
S Health & Human Services (S) - 02/23/2023
H Common Education (H) - 03/29/2023
H Common Education (H) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0710, by Sen. Paul Rosino, R-Oklahoma City and Rep. Rhonda Baker, R-Yukon, authorizes any school employee to administer an opiate antagonist in the event of a suspected overdose to do so regardless of whether there is a prescription or standing order in place.
SB0715 Floyd, Kay (S)
Lawson, Mark (H)
S Judiciary (S) - 01/31/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/07/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/21/2023
H General Government (H) - 03/29/2023
H General Government (H) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Veto    
 
Paraphrase
SB0715, by Sen. Kay Floyd, D-Oklahoma City and Rep. Mark Lawson, R-Sapulpa, requires a public body to notify a requestor if it has determined to keep a requested record confidential, and allows the requestor to file action and the court can release the record if it finds that the public interest in the records outweighs the privacy interest and must order any redactions necessary to protect innocent parties. The court may award a requesting party court costs and reasonable attorney fees if it finds that the denial of access to the records by the public body was unreasonable.
SB0930 Rosino, Paul (S)
Baker, Rhonda (H)
S Aeronautics & Transportation (S) - 01/31/2023
S Aeronautics & Transportation (S) - 02/07/2023
S Aeronautics & Transportation (S) - 02/21/2023
H Transportation (H) - 03/29/2023
H Transportation (H) - 04/04/2023
Governor Action - Signed    
 
Paraphrase
SB0930, by Sen. Paul Rosino, R-Oklahoma City and Rep. Rhonda Baker, R-Yukon, creates the Aero Student Pathways for Aerospace Careers and Education under the umbrella of the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission partnership with primary, secondary, and higher education providers to respond to the workforce needs of the aviation and aerospace industry by promoting and organizing quality curriculum, enhanced classroom instruction, and research-based educational programs, in collaboration with industry. The bill allows OAC to contract with other qualified entities to operate the program, and allows the agencies to receive donations, contractual arrangements, in-kind services, federal or state appropriations, and grants for the program.
SB1056 Standridge, Robert (S)
West, Kevin (H)
S Judiciary (S) - 02/07/2023
S Judiciary (S) - 02/28/2023
H Judiciary -- Criminal (H) - 03/29/2023
H Judiciary -- Criminal (H) - 04/12/2023
S House Amendments - Read    
 
Paraphrase
SB1056, by Sen. Robert Standridge, R-Norman and Rep. Kevin West, R-Moore, makes it unlawful for a person to engage in an adult performance which contains obscene material or for any political subdivision to allow, permit, organize, or authorized the viewing of an adult performance which contains obscene material, on public property or in a public place where the adult performance could be viewed by a minor. Violations are a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment in the county jail for up to 1 year, a fine of not less than $500 nor more than $1,000 or both fine and imprisonment. Any person convicted of a second violation is guilty of a felony, punishable by not less than 30 days nor more than 2 years in the prison, a fine of not less than for not less than 30 days nor more than 2 years, a fine of not less than $500 nor more than $20,000 or both fine and imprisonment. It preempts any ordinance, regulation, or restriction that was lawfully adopted or license that was issued by a political subdivision prior to the effective date.
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