Capitol Bureau Writer
I have covered the Oklahoma Legislature since 1994. I cover politics, appellate courts, state agencies and the governor. I have worked for the Tulsa World since 1990. Phone: 405-528-2465
OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Kevin Stitt on Monday signed a bill that makes it a misdemeanor to honk at a bicycle or at an animal-drawn vehicle.
The drug was touted as a treatment for COVID, but later determined not to be effective.
House Bill 1775 bans schools from teaching that one race or sex is inherently superior to another race or gender. Critics said the measure is so poorly worded that it does not do what supporters say it does.
One measure allows for the purchase of cocktails to go from restaurants, while the other allows for samples of alcoholic products.
But the Transportation Commission declined to seek an attorney general's opinion sought by Commissioner T. W. Shannon on the governor's role in highway projects or adopt a resolution saying the state's 8-year-plan should be free from politics.