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Oklahoma Bill Introduced to Provide for Recall

Published on January 9, 2013, by in General.

On January 8, Oklahoma Representative Mike Brown (D-Tahlequah) introduced a bill to provide for recall of state and local office-holders. It is HB 1008. Oddly enough, it is just a statute, not a proposed constitutional amendment. Generally recall is something that appears within state constitutions, in states that have the recall. Thanks to E. Zachery Knight for this news.

3 Responses

  1. Michael

    Recall–a fifth quarter thats added to the football game when the losing side has a hizzy fit like a spoiled two year old.

  2. Arthur C. Barker

    Michael — good one. Does Oklahoma even have a Constitution? Well, I guess they must. Even the Soviet Empire had a Constitution, even though they never bothered to follow what it said.

  3. Arthur,

    Oklahoma has what I believe is the longest Constitution of the 50 states. Opening it in Word and it is 162 pages long.

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