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Judge prohibits release of police photos of woman allegedly assaulted by OSU football player

A Payne County judge ordered Stillwater city officials on Monday not to release photos showing injuries to a pregnant woman who police say was choked and punched last week by her boyfriend, Oklahoma Continue Reading →

Okla. Supreme Court rules Gov. Fallin has qualified right under state Constitution to keep some records from public

Gov. Mary Fallin may keep secret the advice that “senior executive branch officials” give her to shape government policies and decisions, the state Supreme Court ruled today. The court said a deliberative process Continue Reading →

OSU SGA Senate mandates FOI training for SGA members, but Open Meeting Act compliance still a problem

All new OSU SGA senators, executive branch officials, and Supreme Court justices must undergo training in Oklahoma’s open government laws or be removed from office, under legislation passed by the Student Government Association Continue Reading →

OSU agrees to release student parking ticket information

Oklahoma State University followed the University of Oklahoma’s lead on Thursday, saying it would release the names of students who receive parking tickets. “In keeping with the Oklahoma Open Records Act, Oklahoma Continue Reading →

OU President Boren orders parking tickets made public

The University of Oklahoma reversed course on public access to school-issued parking tickets this afternoon just hours after the student newspaper joined a lawsuit seeking access to the records. For more than Continue Reading →

Trial judge in Mixon case doesn’t want video released under Open Records Act

First it was a Norman assistant city attorney asininely defying the Open Records Act by allowing only news media to view surveillance video of a University of Oklahoma football player knocking out Continue Reading →

The First Amendment on Campus


Our 2014 First Amendment Congress will be Wednesday, Nov. 5, in Constitution Hall  in the University Center at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. The theme is The First Amendment on Campus. We’ll look Continue Reading →