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Week In Review

Showing: February, 2013

Monday, February 25

• The Senate met Monday, approving the following legislation:

-SB 1015 by Sen. Dan Newberry, prohibits the use of foreign law in Oklahoma courts.

-SB 70 by Sen. Gary Stanislawski, permits highways, bridges and other facilities that are part of the state highway system to be considered for dedication in honor of individuals deserving of commendation for their active involvement in the project or for outstanding service to the nation, this state, or their community.

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Monday, February 18

• The Senate met Monday, approving the following legislation:

-SB 64 by Sen. Don Barrington, makes it unlawful to sell or use aerial luminaries.

-SB 422 by Sen. A.J. Griffin, removes the requirement that all applicants for licensure as electrologists be required to possess a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, with a major course of study and the satisfactory completion of college courses as determined by the State Board of Electrology pursuant to its rulemaking authority.

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Monday, February 11

• The Senate met Monday, approving the following legislation:

-SCR 6 by Sen. Brian Bingman, establishes joint rules of the Senate and House for the 54th Legislature.

• Senate committees approved the following measures on Monday:

-SB 447 by Sen. Clark Jolley, changes references to criterion reference tests to formative assessments and requires that the State Board of Education administer a series of formative assessments.

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Monday, February 4

• The Senate met briefly Monday, before joining the House of Representatives in joint session for the governor’s state of the state address.

• Senate committees took no action on bills Monday.

• The House convened Monday, approving the following resolution:

-HR 1003 by Rep. T.W. Shannon, outlines the rules of procedure for the House of Representatives during the 54th Legislature.

• House committees met Monday, and approved the following resolution:

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