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Former Chickasha city manager alleges open records, meeting violations

Chickasha’s former city manager has accused city officials of open government violations centered around his firing in early October. In a lawsuit filed Oct. 24, Alan Guard said officials violated the state Open Continue Reading →

Signers of Open Government Pledge elected to state House, Tulsa County court clerk

Tulsa County’s new court clerk and three new state representatives promised prior to Tuesday’s election to support the right of Oklahomans to be fully informed about their government. In all, five candidates Continue Reading →

Republican representative signs Open Government Pledge

Rep. Bobby L. Cleveland has promised “to support legislation to strengthen the letter and the spirit” of Oklahoma’s open government laws if re-elected to the House District 20 seat. In signing FOI Oklahoma’s Continue Reading →

Recent USAO graduate seeking House District 54 seat signs Open Government Pledge

Democrat Mary Newcome-Hatch has pledged “to support legislation to strengthen the letter and the spirit” of Oklahoma’s open government laws if elected to the House District 54 seat. In signing FOI Oklahoma’s Continue Reading →

Independent candidate seeking Senate District 19 seat signs Open Government Pledge

A member of the Enid-area planning commission has pledged “to support legislation to strengthen the letter and the spirit” of Oklahoma’s open government laws if elected to the Senate District 19 seat. In Continue Reading →

GOP candidate for House District 95 seat signs Open Government Pledge

Longtime funeral director Roger Ford has pledged “to support legislation to strengthen the letter and the spirit” of Oklahoma’s open government laws if elected to the House District 95 seat. In signing Continue Reading →

Independent candidate seeking House District 99 seat signs Open Government Pledge

The manager of an Oklahoma City Thunder blog has promised “to support legislation to strengthen the letter and the spirit” of Oklahoma’s open government laws if elected to the House District 99 Continue Reading →