2nd Regular Session of the 56th Oklahoma Legislature

 

Senate Floor Agenda

Thursday, May 3rd, 2018

1st revised

SESSION CONVENES AT 9:30AM

 

CHAPLAIN

 

Rabbi Abby Jacobsen, Emanuel Synagogue, Oklahoma City, Senator Bice

 

DOCTOR OF THE DAY

 

Woody Jenkins, MD, Stillwater, Senator Dugger

 

 

GENERAL ORDER

1.      HB3718 By Kannady of the House and Sykes of the Senate

Multiple versions of statutes; amending, merging, consolidating and repealing multiple versions of statutes; emergency.

 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

2.      SB1140 By Treat of the Senate and Dunlap et al of the House

Children; prohibiting requirement for private agencies to participate in certain placements; prohibiting certain actions based on religious or moral convictions. Effective date.

                       

            SB1140 (3-12-18) (Treat-Yen) RT FA1.doc

            SB1140 (3-12-18) (Griffin) FA2.doc

 

3.      HB2237 By Mulready of the House and Treat of the Senate

Insurance; employee insurance benefits; benefits; HMO plans; effective date.

                       

            HB2237 (4-26-17) (Treat) RT FA1.doc

 

4.      HB3278 By Kannady of the House and Treat of the Senate

Motor vehicles; motor license agents; qualification; effective date.

                       

            HB3278 (4-25-18) (Treat-David) RT FA1.doc

 

            HB3278 ENG FI.pdf

            HB3278 engr fi.docx

 

 

 

5.      HB3598 By McCall of the House and Treat of the Senate

Public finance; Agency Performance and Accountability Commission; authorizing Commission to contract with Attorney General for legal advice; emergency.

 

6.      SB894 By Pugh et al of the Senate and Moore et al of the House

Memorial bridge designations; designating the Silver Star Recipient Captain John Lee Prichard Memorial Bridge; changing location of Joseph Oklahombi bridge. Effective date. Emergency.

 

7.      HB2932 By Mulready et al of the House and Pugh et al of the Senate

State Medicaid program; directing Health Care Authority to seek certain waiver authority; criteria; exemptions; effective date.

                       

            HB2932 (4-17-18) (Pugh-David) RT FA1.doc

 

            HB2932 int fi.docx

 

8.      HB1401 By Montgomery et al of the House and Sparks of the Senate

Public finance; enacting the Vision Act; creating fund; providing for apportionment; effective date.

 

            HB1401 ENG FI.pdf

            HB1401 INT FI.pdf

 

9.      SB1377 By Sparks of the Senate and Frix of the House

Section line roads; modifying process for closing section line roads. Effective date.

 

10.  SB492 By Sparks et al of the Senate and Hoskin of the House

Oklahoma Clean Air Act; relates to powers and duties of the Department of Environmental Quality; modifying; providing effective date.

 

11.  HB2259 By Kerbs et al of the House and Sharp et al of the Senate

Children; child abuse or neglect reporting requirements; specifying teachers be required to report cases of abuse or neglect; time limitation; effective date.

 

            HB2259 engr fi.docx

 

12.  HB3225 By Nollan of the House and Thompson of the Senate

Revenue and taxation; authorizing Tax Commission to make certain tax credit data accessible; content of website; effective date.

 

13.  SB594 By Jech of the Senate and Baker of the House

Agriculture; Oklahoma Milk and Milk Products Act; removing certain rule; expanding intent; providing an effective date.

 

14.  SB1043 By Rosino of the Senate and Moore of the House

County and country officiers; modifying requirements for the assessment of certain fees for dissemination of records; providing an effective date.

 

15.  SB1052 By Griffin of the Senate and McEntire of the House

Professions and occupations; expanding certain exemptions; providing for licensure by endorsement of certain professionals.  Effective date.

 

16.  SB1488 By Murdock et al of the Senate and Wallace et al of the House

Wildlife Conservation Code; creating a  landowner permit. Effective date.

                       

            SB1488 (3-12-18) (Kidd) FS FA1.doc

 

            SB1488 fl fi.docx

 

17.  SB1173 By Bice et al of the Senate and Echols of the House

Alcoholic beverages; modifying various provisions of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act; wholesalers. Effective dates. Emergency.

                       

            SB1173 (3-12-18) (David-Leewright) RT FA1.doc

 

HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO SENATE BILLS

 

18.  SB1338 By Bice of the Senate and McEntire of the House

Alcoholic beverages; brewer licenses; allowing for purchase of wine for on-premises sales; winemaker licenses; allowing for purchase of beer for on-premises sales. Effective date.

 

19.  SB1442 By Sykes et al of the Senate and Downing et al of the House

County jails; facilities reaching maximum capacity; removing certain timeframes; deleting exemptions from housing cost responsibilities. Effective date.

                       

            SB1442 (3-14-18) (Sykes) FS WDFA1.doc

            SB1442 (3-14-18) (Sykes-Fry) RT WDFA2.doc

 

            SB1442 int fi.docx

 

20.  SB993 By Griffin of the Senate and Wright of the House

Vulnerable adults; modifying requirements for joint investigations. Effective date.

                       

            SB993 (3-06-18) (Griffin) FA1.doc

            SB993 (3-06-18) (Griffin-Yen) RT FA2.doc

 

            SB993 int fi.docx

 

21.  SB1150 By Griffin of the Senate and Russ et al of the House

School employees; requiring election to certify existing organization; modifying prohibition against certain payroll deductions.  Effective date.  Emergency.

 

            SB1150 int fi.docx

 

 

 

RESOLUTIONS

 

22.  SCR20 By Schulz of the Senate and McCall of the House

Resolution establishing legislative procedure schedule for 57th Oklahoma Legislature.

 

23.  SR30 By Schulz of the Senate

Resolution relating to protection of property and supplies of Senate during interim.

 

24.  SCR21 By Schulz of the Senate and McCall of the House

Resolution providing for sine die adjournment of 2nd Session of 56th Oklahoma Legislature.

 

AFTERNOON ADDITIONS

 

RESOLUTIONS

 

25.  HCR1019 By Cockroft et al of the House and Standridge of the Senate

National Day of Prayer; observing Thursday, May 3, 2018, as the National Day of Prayer.

 

26.  HCR1018 By Roberts (Dustin) of the House and Thompson of the Senate

Concurrent Resolution; cigarette and tobacco tax compliance; Oklahoma Tax Commission; report.

 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS

 

27.  HB2631 By Babinec of the House and Bergstrom of the Senate

Prisons and reformatories; modifying powers and duties of the Director of the Department of Corrections; removing qualifications for wardens; allowing Director to enter into contracts with media or film production companies; effective date.

                       

                        HB2631 (4-19-18) (Bergstrom) FS FA 1.doc

            HB2631 (4-19-18) (Fry-David) RT FA2.doc

 

            HB2631 engr fi.docx

 

28.  HB2987 By McEntire et al of the House and Yen et al of the Senate

Physician Manpower Training Commission; expanding eligibility of program to physician assistants; effective date.

 

                        HB2987 int fi.docx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXECUTIVE NOMINATIONS

 

Ackerman, Dr. Ann, Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma Science and Technology Research and Development Board, to serve a four-year term ending June 30, 2021, succeeding W. Hershel Lamirand. (Energy Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator David Holt.

 

Barrick, Samuel L., Burneyville, to the Board of Regents of Murray State College, to serve a seven-year term ending June 1, 2025, succeeding Kay K. Helms. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Frank Simpson.

 

Bennett, Clayton I., Oklahoma City, to the Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma, to serve an unexpired term ending March 21, 2019, succeeding Kirk Humphreys. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Ervin Yen.

 

Berry, D. Gayle, Oklahoma City, to the Board of Trustees for Langston University-Oklahoma City and Langston University-Tulsa, to serve a seven-year term ending June 30, 2025, succeeding herself. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Anastasia Pittman.

 

Berryhill, Dr. Wayne E., Norman, to the Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, to serve a three-year term ending August 17, 2021, succeeding Dr. Christopher Goff. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Rob Standridge.

 

Black, Brent, Bixby, to the Forensic Review Board, to serve an unexpired term ending December 31, 2020, succeeding Verna Foust. (Public Safety Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Joe Newhouse.

 

Box, Gail L., Enid, to the Board of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, to serve a seven-year term ending December 31, 2025, succeeding Bruce T. Fisher. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Roland Pederson.

 

Brady, Shannon L., Healdton, to the State Textbook Committee, to serve a three-year term ending March 1, 2021, succeeding Libby Smith. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Frank Simpson.

 

Brewster, Mary, Marietta, to the Board of Regents of Murray State College, to serve a seven-year term ending June 1, 2024, succeeding Peggy Shaffer. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Frank Simpson.

 

Castillo, Jennifer, Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma Water Resource Board, to serve a seven-year term ending May 14, 2025, succeeding Linda Lambert. (Energy Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator David Holt.

 

Caughman, Jeremy, Owasso, to the Alarm and Locksmith Industry Committee, to serve a four-year term ending June 30, 2022, succeeding Steve B. Lutz. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator J. J. Dossett.

 

Chapman, Tracie L., Mannsville, to the Oklahoma Arts Council, to serve a three-year term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding Jayne Jayroe-Gamble. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Frank Simpson.

 

Charles “Mack” Barnes, Moore, to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding Steve Oliver.  (Sykes)

 

Chatterjee, Sangita (Sunny), Broken Arrow, to the Oklahoma Arts Council, to serve a three-year term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding Chandra Rickey. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Nathan Dahm.

 

Chris D. Henderson, Ponca City, to the Oklahoma Uniform Building Code Commission, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding himself.  (Fields)

 

Coffman, Randall L., Tulsa, to the Oklahoma Abstractors Board, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding Charles T. Nichols. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Gary Stanislawski.

 

Colton, Graham P., Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma Arts Council, to serve a three-year term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding Phyllis J. Stough. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Ervin Yen.

 

Cox, Steve, Tulsa, to the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners for Long-Term Care Administrators, to serve a three-year term ending October 31, 2020, succeeding W. Brett Coble. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Gary Stanislawski.

 

Dace, Robert W., Edmond, to the Oklahoma Department of Libraries Board, to serve a six-year term ending July 1, 2024, succeeding Don Evans. (General Government Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Stephanie Bice.

 

Danny E. Hancock, Sand Springs, to the Oklahoma Uniform Building Code Commission, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding himself.  (Ikley-Freeman)

 

David L. Page, Jr., Durant, to the State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, to serve a six-year term ending June 28, 2024, succeeding Roy          Entz.  (Brecheen)

 

Earnheart, Troy M., Edmond, to the Oklahoma Liquified Petroleum Gas Board, to serve an unexpired term ending June 30, 2019, succeeding Kevin J. Huddleston. (Energy Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Stephanie Bice.

 

Froman, Kevin L., Claremore, to the Oklahoma Liquified Petroleum Gas Board, to serve a four-year term ending June 30, 2022, succeeding Greg Baker. (Energy Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Marty Quinn.

 

Getchell, Robert J., Tulsa, to the Oklahoma Abstractors Board, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding himself. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator James Leewright.

 

Givens, Susan M., Mangum, to the Board of Regents of Western Oklahoma State College, to serve a seven-year term ending March 24, 2025, succeeding Cynthia Clayton. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Mike Schulz.

 

Grammer, Tracy, Norman, to the Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, to serve a three-year term ending August 17, 2021, succeeding Mona Ryan. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator John Sparks.

 

Hall, David M., Owasso, to the Oklahoma Uniform Building Code Commission, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding himself. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator J. J. Dossett.

 

Hanstein, Dr. Mark, Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission, to serve a three-year term ending June 30, 2021, succeeding himself. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator David Holt.

 

Harper, Stephanie, Kingfisher, to the State Textbook Committee, to serve an unexpired term ending March 1, 2020, succeeding Patricia J. Hamilton. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Darcy Jech.

 

Haskin, Jane, Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma Student Loan Authority, to serve a five-year term ending April 6, 2023, succeeding Charlotte Mindeman. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Ervin Yen.

 

Henry, Robert H., Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma Arts Council, to serve a three-year term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding James Loftis. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Anastasia Pittman.

 

Howerton, Joel "Brett", Stillwater, to the Oklahoma Used Motor Vehicle and Parts Commission, to serve a six-year term ending June 30, 2024, succeeding Terrance Shreve. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Tom Dugger.

 

Humphreys, Grant, Eufaula, to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission, to serve a six-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding Robyn E. Batson. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Larry Boggs.

 

Inman, Reese Cody, Tulsa, to the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority, to serve a seven-year term ending June 30, 2025, succeeding himself. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Gary Stanislawski.

 

James D. Chapman, Ph.D., Edmond, to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding Theresa Smith.  (Pugh)      

 

James, Michael D., Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission, to serve a three-year term ending June 30, 2021, succeeding Glen F. Vernon. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Ervin Yen.

 

Jeffrey, Latt, Wilburton, to the Board of Regents of Eastern Oklahoma State College, to serve a seven-year term ending June 1, 2024, succeeding Crail McNutt. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Larry Boggs.

 

Jerry D. Douglas, Sand Springs, to the Commission on Consumer Credit, to serve a five-year term ending February 15, 2023, succeeding himself.  (Ikley-Freeman)

 

Jones, Mautra S., Oklahoma City, to the Board of Juvenile Affairs, to serve an unexpired term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding Scott Williams. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Anastasia Pittman.

 

Jordan, Jeremiah, Oklahoma City, to the Capitol-Medical Center Improvement and Zoning Commission, to serve a four-year term ending January 31, 2022, succeeding Leonardo Smith. (General Government Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Anastasia Pittman.

 

Karlin, Michael E., Weatherford, to the State Fire Marshal Commission, to serve an unexpired term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding G. Keith Bryant. (General Government Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Mike Schulz.

 

Kenneth McDowell, Shawnee, to the Oklahoma Abstractors Board, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding himself.  (Sharp)

 

Kerry B. Siegfried, Broken Arrow, to the Oklahoma Used Motor Vehicle and Parts Commission, to serve a six-year term ending June 30, 2024, succeeding himself.  (Rader for Newhouse)

 

Lenaburg, Karen E., Tecumseh, to the State Textbook Committee, to serve a three-year term ending March 1, 2020, succeeding Cherity Pennington. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Jason Smalley.

 

Lott, Brian D., McAlester, to the Board of Regents of Eastern Oklahoma State College, to serve a seven-year term ending June 1, 2025, succeeding himself. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Larry Boggs.

 

Lovelace, Dr. Larry T., Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission, to serve a three-year term ending June 30, 2021, succeeding himself. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Paul Rosino.

 

Maxwell, Rita J., Midwest City, to the Oklahoma Board of Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors, to serve a five-year term ending July 1, 2023, succeeding Holli R. Witherington. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Jack Fry.

 

McCue, Todd P., Fairview, to the Oklahoma Abstractors Board, to serve an unexpired term ending July 1, 2020, succeeding Todd Humphrey. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Casey Murdock.

 

McGlothlin, Lorrie M., Claremore, to the State Textbook Committee, to serve a three-year term ending March 1, 2021, succeeding Jill Andrews. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Marty Quinn.

 

Michael “Joe” Gragg, Edmond, to the Alarm and Locksmith Industry Committee, to serve a four-year term ending June 30, 2021, succeeding Maurice L. Grant.  (Treat)

 

Michael W. Bower, Midwest City, to the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission, to serve a three-year term ending June 30, 2020, succeeding himself.  (Fry)

 

Muller, Phillip M., Altus, to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, to serve a seven-year term ending May 14, 2025, succeeding H. Tom Buchanan. (Energy Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Mike Schulz.

 

Nelson, Jason, Oklahoma City, to the Board of Juvenile Affairs, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding himself. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator David Holt.

 

Northrip, Jr., Thomas S., Hobart, to the Board of Trustees for Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center and Nature Park, to serve a seven-year term ending June 30, 2025, succeeding Deatra J. Huckabay. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Mike Schulz.

 

Osterhout, Ronald D., Altus, to the State Board of Health, to serve an unexpired term ending June 30, 2025, succeeding Cristina Hart Wolfe. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Mike Schulz.

 

Parkhill, Tina, Jenks, to the Board of Trustees for Oklahoma State University/Tulsa, to serve an unexpired term ending June 30, 2020, succeeding Robyn Ewing. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Allison Ikley-Freeman.

 

Payton, Becky J., Oklahoma City, to the State Board of Health, to serve an unexpired term ending June 30, 2024, succeeding Martha A. Burger. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Paul Rosino.

 

Peterson, Toni, Bixby, to the State Textbook Committee, to serve a three-year term ending March 1, 2021, succeeding Jason Johnson. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Joe Newhouse.

 

Pettigrew, John K., Edmond, to the Alarm and Locksmith Industry Committee, to serve a four-year term ending June 30, 2022, succeeding Ronald Edwards. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Stephanie Bice.

 

Pollard, Pamela A., Midwest City, to the State Board of Behavioral Health Licensure, to serve an unexpired term ending October 31, 2019, succeeding Janice Hiner. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Jack Fry.

 

Quillen, Jim, Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, to serve an unexpired term ending July 2, 2021, succeeding Claudia Conner. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Ron Sharp.

 

Regalado, Victor, Tulsa, to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Committee, to serve an unexpired term ending July 1, 2023, succeeding Raymond Hauf. (Public Safety Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Allison Ikley-Freeman.

 

Ricki G. Maslar, Yukon, to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission, to serve an unexpired term ending July 1, 2018, succeeding Grant Humphreys.  (Bice)

 

Ricki G. Maslar, Yukon, to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission, to serve   a six-year term ending July 1, 2024, succeeding herself.  (Bice)

 

Roberts, Loretta K., Broken Arrow, to the Board of Denistry, to serve a three-year term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding herself. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Bill Brown.

 

Rooks-Jones, Jennifer, Valliant, to the Oklahoma Used Motor Vehicle and Parts Commission, to serve an unexpired term ending June 30, 2020, succeeding Ralph Rooks. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Joseph Silk.

 

Ross, Stephen E., Choctaw, to the Oklahoma Used Motor Vehicle and Parts Commission, to serve a six-year term ending June 30, 2024, succeeding himself. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Ron Sharp.

 

Sandra Bracken, Oklahoma City, to the State Banking Board, to serve a six-year term ending May 6, 2024, succeeding herself.  (Yen for Holt)

 

Sandra Kunz, Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission, to serve a six-year term ending July 1, 2023, succeeding Xavier Neira.  (Rosino)

 

Schroeder, Shannon E., Norman, to the State Textbook Committee, to serve a three-year term ending March 1, 2021, succeeding Erika Evans. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Rob Standridge.

 

Shirley, Natalie, Oklahoma City, to the Board of Regents of the University of Oklahoma, to serve a seven-year term ending March 21, 2025, succeeding Clayton I. Bennett. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Kay Floyd.

 

Skillings, Charles E. "Chuck", Shawnee, to the State Board of Health, to serve a nine-year term ending June 30, 2029, succeeding Robert Scott Stewart. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Ron Sharp.

 

Stallings, James R., Enid, to the State Board of Career and Technology Education, to serve a six-year term ending April 1, 2024, succeeding Marilyn Harrel. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Roland Pederson.

 

Swanson, Dr. Keith A., Edmond, to the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners for Long-Term Care Administrators, to serve a three-year term ending October 31, 2020, succeeding Nancy J. Pfeifer. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Adam Pugh.

 

Terry L. Smith, Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission, to serve a three-year term ending June 30, 2018, succeeding himself.  (Sykes)

 

Terry L. Smith, Oklahoma City, to the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission, to serve a three-year term ending June 30. 2021, succeeding himself.  (Sykes)

 

Thomas, Gaylord Z., Guthrie, to the Oklahoma Veterans Commission, to serve an unexpired term ending July 1, 2019, succeeding Gerald Shepherd. (Veterans & Military Affairs Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator A. J. Griffin.

 

Thomas, J. Charles, Yukon, to the Oklahoma Abstractors Board, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding himself. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Paul Rosino.

 

Thompson, Harold, Oklahoma City, to the State Fire Marshal Commission, to serve a five-year term ending November 1, 2023, succeeding Joseph D. Elam, Jr.. (General Government Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Greg Treat.

 

Tommy J. Thompson, Norman, to the State Banking Board, to serve a six-year term ending June 1, 2024, succeeding himself.  (Scott)

 

Toney, Amy D., Bromide, to the Oklahoma Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board, to serve a four-year term ending June 30, 2021, succeeding Billy Ballard. (Energy Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Frank Simpson.

 

Turrentine, Regina, Ardmore, to the Oklahoma Arts Council, to serve a three-year term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding herself. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Frank Simpson.

 

Vanderslice, Dr. Ronna, Lawton, to the Board of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, to serve a seven-year term ending December 31, 2025, succeeding herself. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Randy Bass.

 

Vaughn, R. Scott, Tulsa, to the Board of Trustees for Oklahoma State University/Tulsa, to serve a seven-year term ending June 30, 2025, succeeding Ed Keller. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Dave Rader.

 

Wallace, Sharolyn, Skiatook, to the State Board of Licensed Social Workers, to serve a five-year term ending July 1, 2023, succeeding herself. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator J. J. Dossett.

 

Ward, C. Scott, Ada, to the Oklahoma Abstractors Board, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2022, succeeding Earl D. Heard III. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Greg McCortney.

 

Willard, Stacy L., Midwest City, to the Board of Regents for Rose State College, to serve a seven-year term ending July 1, 2025, succeeding Russell D. Smith. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Jack Fry.

 

Williams, Lavon Aaron, Poteau, to the Board of Regents for Carl Albert State College, to serve a seven-year term ending July 1, 2025, succeeding himself. (Education Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Mark Allen.

 

Wilson, Justin B., Norman, to the Board of Pharmacy, to serve a five-year term ending June 30, 2023, succeeding himself. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Rob Standridge.

 

Wilson, Nisha L., Choctaw, to the State Board of Behavioral Health Licensure, to serve a three-year term ending October 31, 2019, succeeding herself. (Health & Human Services Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Ron Sharp.

 

Wittrock, Monica, Edmond, to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission, to serve a four-year term ending July 1, 2021, succeeding Stephen A. Sherman. (Business, Commerce & Tourism Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Stephanie Bice.

 

Zalewski, Brian S., Chickasha, to the State Fire Marshal Commission, to serve a five-year term ending July 1, 2023, succeeding Kirk A. Trekell. (General Government Committee)  Motion to confirm made by Senator Lonnie Paxton.