June 3, 2019 •
Oklahoma Legislature Adjourns Sine Die
The first regular session of the 57th Legislature adjourned on May 31 at 5 p.m, one week ahead of its constitutional deadline.
Senate Joint Resolution 22 was among the bills passed, rejecting amendments proposed by the Ethics Commission during the legislative session.
The resolution rejected a revolving door restriction that would have prohibited elected state officers and chief administrative officers from lobbying for two years following their terms of office.
Additionally, the resolution rejected a proposal to provide examples of activities that are not considered electioneering communications.
Examples include news or feature reporting activities and candidate debates.
The Legislature is schedule to reconvene on Monday, February 3, 2020.
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