Tag Archives: SB 763

Human rights, discrimination law changes spark debate (access required)

Senate bills making the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission part of the Office of the Attorney General and doing away with common law employment-discrimination lawsuits drew passionate debate in the state House Tuesday, although both measures passed. SB 763, by Sen. ...

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Capitol week in review (March 21-25) (access required)

After a previous week of racing toward their first-house floor deadline, state representatives and senators took it easy this week, by comparison, with little floor activity as each house begins its consideration of the other’s bills in committee. Although some ...

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