March 16, 2020 •
Oklahoma Lawmakers to Hold Meeting on Coronavirus
Members of the Oklahoma Legislature will meet in a special closed-door meeting March 16 to discuss the impact of the coronavirus in the state.
Republicans and Democrats will meet with state health officials to discuss the following:
- State services
- What other states are doing to curtail the spread of the virus
- The future of the legislative session
Additionally, if the legislative session is suspended, Gov. Kevin Stitt may call lawmakers back into session at a later date.
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