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 →

Ruling expected today on whether executive, deliberative process privileges allow Oklahoma governor to keep records secret

An Oklahoma County trial judge said Thursday she expects to rule “by the end of the week” on whether executive and deliberative process privileges permit Gov. Mary Fallin to keep records secret Continue Reading →