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Governor Kevin Stitt Warns Oklahoma Tribes About Creating Abortion Safe Havens
Governor Kevin Stitt Warns Oklahoma Tribes About Creating Abortion Safe Havens
During a recent interview on Fox News, this past Sunday Governor Kevin Stitt warned Oklahoma tribes about creating abortion safe havens on tribal lands. It's been rumored that Native American tribes are considering circumventing recent Oklahoma abortion laws and the possible overturning of ' Roe v Wade' by the Supreme Court by opening and operating abortion clinics on tribal lands.
Oklahoma Bill Would Allow City Employees to Carry Concealed Firearms While on the Job
Oklahoma Bill Would Allow City Employees to Carry Concealed Firearms While on the Job
More firearm legislation is headed to the Oklahoma House for a vote. House Bill (HB-3069) would grant municipalities the authority to allow city employees to carry concealed firearms while at work or on duty. The bill would amend various prohibited locations and properties that are currently restricted such as properties, buildings, structures, and office space that is owned by the city which does business with the public.
Changes are Coming to Oklahoma’s Firearm Laws and Open Carry
Changes are Coming to Oklahoma’s Firearm Laws and Open Carry
There's a new Senate bill (SB-1366) that would change and/or amend Oklahoma's firearm laws as it relates to the state's self-defense act and open carry. The new bill was written and introduced by Senator Lonnie Paxton (R-Tuttle, OK.) and seeks to make changes to the language of the self-defense act and the practice of concealed or open carry of firearms in the state.
Oklahoma Lawmaker Seeks to Change COVID-19 Hospital Regulations and Visitation Polices
Oklahoma Lawmaker Seeks to Change COVID-19 Hospital Regulations and Visitation Polices
The current visitation rights for patients in Oklahoma hospitals who are suffering from COVID-19 could be changing sometime soon. At this time patients have very restrictive visitation rights and in most cases are only permitted one person who is allowed to visit throughout the entire hospitalization. An Oklahoma lawmaker is seeking to revise the visitation rights and COVID-19 regulations at hospitals across the state.

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