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Oklahoma Legislature Goes Home a Week Early, Before Voting on Ballot Access Bill

On May 23, the Oklahoma legislature made a surprise decision to adjourn that very day, a week before the expected adjournment date. Therefore, HB 2134, the ballot access bill, did not pass. Even though it had passed both houses of the legislature, the two houses passed different versions. The conference committee had met and agreed on final wording, but there was no opportunity for each house to vote on the revised bill. Thanks to E. Zachary Knight for this news.

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