It never fails to amaze me how many laws there are on the books in this country. Like, congress' rule book on what they can and cannot do is so short, it was handwritten after the United States won our independence. Now, even in digital terms, the laws our government has bestowed us consume terabytes of data in plain text form.
Regardless, those that have to justify their paychecks will do whatever they have to in order to do just that. If all you have is a hammer, everything is a nail right?
So in Oklahoma, there are some 350 new laws set to become effective as of November 1st. Most of these laws have little or no effect on the average, common citizen of this state, but some do.
Here's a quick rundown of what you can expect come November 1st.
New Oklahoma Laws Taking Effect November 1st
With over 350 new laws set to take effect in Oklahoma this year, it's practically impossible to keep them all organized and well known. Here's a shortlist of the new Oklahoma laws that will most likely affect you.
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No matter what road you've traveled brought you to Lawton, at least you aren't stuck living in one of these sucky Oklahoma towns.
Look inside this insane Mansion that's for sale in Oklahoma
Take a tour of this incredible mansion in Mustang, OK. that's for sale. If you have $3,695,000
you could be the proud new owner of this one-of-a-kind estate. It's located at 12300 S. Highway 4 in Mustang, OK.
It's listed by Nathan Barta
of Ken Carpenter Realty
in Mustang, OK. Can you imagine actually living here? Scroll through all the pictures for a look inside and take a virtual tour of this one-of-a-kind Mustang mansion.
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On the whole, there is a seriously large population of people in the Sooner State that simply don't trust those at the top telling us everything is safe and recommended, but it breaks down farther than that.