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Oklahoma Supreme Court drops notary requirement for absentee ballot voting

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter   OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Today, May 4, the Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down state procedures requiring notarization for absentee ballots. A majority of the court cited the global pandemic in reaching its decision. The majority directed Oklahoma state Election Board secretary to allow voters to self-notarize ballots for the June […]

From Sinai, to the Capitol, to OCPA , the Ten Commandments

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin, state Representative Mike Ritze, R-Broken Arrow, and the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) announced today the relocation of the Ten Commandments monument from the Oklahoma State Capitol to OCPA’s campus, located on private property ten blocks south of the capitol complex. The Oklahoma Supreme Court ordered […]

Rep. David Perryman concerned state High Court ruling could void county taxes

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma Supreme Court decision last month could potentially void hundreds, if not thousands, of tax sales across the state, Rep. David Perryman warned in a June 15 press release. By a vote of 7-2 in the case entitled “Crownover v. Keel,” the Justices held that even when county treasurers […]

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