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Oklahoma Senate Bill 14 passes 46-0

Feb 16, 2016 No Comments ›› Chris Bliss

SB 14, which authorizes a privately funded monument of the Bill of Rights at the Oklahoma Capitol, has unanimously passed the Oklahoma Senate. The vote of 46-0. Co-sponsored by Senator Patrick Anderson (R-Enid) and Senator John Sparks (D-Norman), SB 14 is the first bill to pass the Oklahoma Senate in the 2016 session. It now ...

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Making News On Bill of Rights Day

Dec 18, 2015 Comments Off on Making News On Bill of Rights Day Chris Bliss

Coverage of the Bill of Rights Day news conference at the Oklahoma Capitol, where State Senators Patrick Anderson (R-Enid) and John Sparks (D-Norman) announced their bipartisan sponsorship for a resolution authorizing a Bill of Rights Monument at the Capitol.

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New Oklahoma Resolution Announced

Dec 16, 2015 Comments Off on New Oklahoma Resolution Announced Chris Bliss

As a result of our outreach, State Senators Patrick Anderson (R-Enid) and John Sparks (D-Norman) announced they will co-sponsor SB14, a resolution authorizing a privately funded monument of the Bill of Rights at the Oklahoma Capitol, which they will introduce at the beginning of the 2016 legislative session. The announcement and followup news conference with both ...

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Oklahoma Authorization Put On Hold

May 30, 2014 No Comments ›› Chris Bliss

Due to a moratorium by the Oklahoma Capitol Preservation Commission on any projects on the Capitol grounds until the legal proceedings and controversy surrounding the 10 Commandments monument are resolved the sponsors of SB 1159, which would authorize a privately funded monument of the Bill of Rights at the Capitol, have decided to not pursue ...

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Oklahoma Senate Approves SB 1159

Mar 1, 2014 No Comments ›› Chris Bliss

After outreach from MyBillofRights.org and with the sponsorship of State Senator Patrick Anderson (R-Enid) the Oklahoma State Senate unanimously passed SB 1159 authorizing a privately funded monument of the Bill of Rights at the Oklahoma State Capitol. The measure will now be considered by the Oklahoma House.

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