OKC mayoral candidates sign Open Government Pledge

Two candidates have pledged to comply with the letter and spirit of the state’s open government laws if elected mayor of Oklahoma City. In signing FOI Oklahoma’s Open Government Pledge for local candidates, Sen. Continue Reading →

Public bodies may post agenda online in lieu of posting paper copy

Public bodies don’t have to post paper copies of meeting agendas if they post the agendas on their websites and provide them free via email, under a bill signed by Gov. Mary Continue Reading →

State Senate bill punishes posting ‘personal’ info about police if it poses ‘serious, imminent threat’

Sen. David Holt tweeted today about his Senate Bill 620: “Stops people from sharing personal addresses of law enforcement officers if intended to cause physical harm.” The Oklahoma City Republican is a Continue Reading →

FOI Oklahoma deems Gov. Fallin’s records policies a Black Hole for second year

A veteran educator, a state lawmaker and two tenacious Bartlesville residents received FOI Oklahoma’s top awards Saturday at the organization’s Sunshine Week program. For the second straight year, Gov. Mary Fallin was Continue Reading →