Public Employee


SB 817(1) (Milacek/McCarter): Provides an exception to allow a retired teacher to be eligible to work at a school district for more than three semesters. Effective 7-1-00.

SB 881(1) (Cain/Lindley): Provides that income rolled over to a Roth IRA is not included for purposes of the calculation of income levels for an additional personal exemption. Effective 11-1-00.

SB 903(5) (Haney/Settle): Clarifies that the credit to be given against a teacher's contribution to the Teachers' Retirement System is to be a flat amount based on the teacher's years of experience as set out in this section. Effective 7-1-00.

SB 970(1) (Haney-Hobson/Settle-Begley): Requires state agencies to pay the Twenty-five Dollar ($25.00) monthly matching amount to the Oklahoma State Employees Deferred Savings Incentive Plan. Effective 7-1-00.

SB 991(1) (Morgan/Wells): Extends the effective date of SB 361 (1999) by one year. Effective 7-01-00.

SB 1024(1) (Shurden/Leist): Relates to employees of the George Nigh Rehabilitation Institute. Allows participation in the Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System for some employees. Allows participation in deferred compensation. Provides health insurance eligibility upon retirement. Effective upon signature.

SB 1036(1) (Stipe/Corn): Provides a twenty-year-and-out retirement program for certain Department of Corrections employees. Increases retirement benefits for future retirees who were correctional or probation and parole employees. Effective 7-1-00.

SB 1239(3) (Leftwich/Roberts): Allows an election for dues owed to a retired teachers association to be paid from retirement benefit payments. Effective 7-1-00.

SB 1396(1) (Monson/Askins): Allows the Oklahoma State Employees Benefits Council to license certain intellectual property. Requires the State and Education Employees Group Insurance Board to implement a disease management program. Effective upon signature.

HB 1939(1) (Roberts/Monson): Technical clean-up bill for the Oklahoma State Police Pension and Retirement System and the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System. Many provisions help the pension plans meet qualification requirements under the Internal Revenue Code. Effective 7-1-00.

HB 2133(1) (McCarter/Crutchfield): Allows certain members of the Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System who were former non-participating legislative session employees to elect to purchase eligible service credit for service as a legislative session employee. Effective 7-1-00.

(1) Passed, signed by Governor (2) Passed, pending Governor's approval/disapproval (3) Vetoed by Governor
(4) Pending in Legislature (5) Failed in Legislature (6) Enrolled with the Sec. of State

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