The Senate considered more than 30 bills
on Thursday. Among those being approved:
-CCR SB 46 by Sen. Scott Pruitt adds
to the definition of materials harmful to minors to include sexually
explicit computer software or video games.
-CCR HB 1374 by Sen. Dick Wilkerson
gives the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation original jurisdiction
over computer crimes.
-CCR SB 614 by Sen. Dick Wilkerson
authorizes the council on Law Enforcement Education and Training
(CLEET) to appoint an advisory committee to recommend requirements
for licensing private investigators and security guards. The bill
also requires CLEET-certified officers to be at least 21 years old.
-CCR SB 9 by Sen. Angela Monson makes
adjustments to the law requiring licensed professionals to be in
compliance with state income taxes before their license is renewed.
-CCR SB 149 by Sen. Kathleen Wilcoxson
creates a Task Force on State Scholarship and Student Aid Grant
-CCR SB 225 by Sen. Kelly Haney is
an appropriation bill setting budget limits for the Oklahoma Corporation
Commission and Oklahoma Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association.
-CCR SB 225 by Sen. Kelly Haney is
an appropriation bill setting budget limits for the Department of
Environmental Quality, the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and the
Department of Mines.
-SCR 36 by Sen. Jerry Smith authorizes
Tulsa Community College to issue up to $12 million in revenue bonds
to fund the construction of a new student center.
-CCR SB 118 by Sen. Angela Monson relates
to bank and trust companies and modifies requirements for duplication
of financial records, for certificates of deposit payable on death
and for reimbursement for costs.
-CCR SB 134 by Sen. Angela Monson requires
the Oklahoma Health Care Authority Board to immediately provide
coverage for any new drug for Medicaid recipients.
-CCR SB 388 by Sen. Penny Williams
authorizes standard certification for teachers holding national
-CCR SB 675 by Sen. Bernest Cain addresses
child support orders and the Centralized Support Registry.
-CCR HB 1074 by Sen. Gene Stipe adds
to the practices that are unlawful under the Consumer Protection
-CCR HB 1389 by Sen. Paul Muegge authorizes
the Department of Environmental Quality to receive certain reimbursement
related to the Waste Tire Recyclying Indemnity fund.
-SCR 37 by Sen. Ted Fisher encourages
the teaching and learning of Native American languages.
-CCR SB 239 by Sen. Kelly Haney for
the State Regents for Higher Education.
-CCR HB 1515 by Sen. Stratton Taylor
is the bill that creates the Oklahoma House of Representatives districts.
The House considered nearly 40 measures
on Thursday. Among those approved:
-CCR HB 1515 by Rep. Larry Adair creates
the Oklahoma House of Representatives Districts.
-HB 1086 by Rep. Bill Mitchell modifies
provisions regarding commercial vehicles.
-HB 1106 by Rep. M.C. Leist creates
the Oklahoma Public Guardianship Act and Office of Public Guardian
within the Department of Human Services.
-HB 1266 by Rep. Fred Perry increases
fines for soliciting sexual conduct with a minor.
-HCR 1007 by Rep. Mary Easley designates
a portion of State Highway 11 as Pearl Harbor Expressway.
-SB 4 by Rep. Joe Eddins modifies class
of vehicles for which certificates of title may be issued without
payment of vehicle excise tax.
-SB 207 by Rep. Mike Mass makes appropriations
to the Office of the Governor and the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.
-HB 1569 by Rep. Mike Mass modifies
budget limits for the Supreme Court and District Attorneys Council.
-HB 1539 by Rep. Mike Mass contains
appropriations for the Court of Criminal Appeals, the District Courts,
the Council of Judicial Complaints and to the Supreme Court.
-SB 647 by Rep. Susan Winchester creates
the Oklahoma film enhancement rebate program.