The Senate Public Safety Committee has given approval to Senate Bill 560, which would provide criminal and civil protections for drivers who feel threatened by riots or crowds of people circling a vehicle.read more.
The Senate General Government Committee gave approval to a measure that would prevent any political subdivision or agency of the state from establishing a formal or informal plan to evaluate, promote, compensate or discipline an officer based on the number of tickets or citations issued.read more.
After nearly a year of forced closures, mask mandates and talks of required vaccinations, Sen. Nathan Dahm is fighting back by filing three bills to address government overreach during a pandemic.
“It seems like we’ve been caught in a never-ending loop of mandates, lockdowns, restrictions and dread since the pandemic started over a year ago,” Dahm said. “Unfortunately, many in government have taken advantage of such a crisis to expand their control over the lives and livelihood of the people. This is simply unacceptable.”read more.
It’s been 114 years since Oklahoma’s state constitution has been adopted, and State Sen. Nathan Dahm says it’s time the document is carefully reviewed.read more.