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 The current legislative session is in its final weeks and one of the most explosive events was the veto of 20 bills by Gov. Kevin Stitt this past weekend.
State Senator Roger Thompson spent a few minutes Saturday to discuss those vetoes and talk about some of the other bills still waiting to be heard.
The bills Gov. Stitt vetoed included:
Senate Bill 291: adds child abuse as a reason to file for a protective order, and allows for a petition to be filed on behalf of a minor victim for any of the listed reasons a person may file a protective order
Senate Bill 711: provides naloxone (Narcan) or another opioid antagonist to the Department of Corrections, and authorizes the creation of an opioid overdose education program to be used by DOC and county jails.
Senate Bill 712: Provides naloxone (Narcan) or another opioid antagonist to hospitals, and allows for some patients to leave the hospital with two doses
Senate Bill 840: brings Oklahoma in line with other states in regards to name, image and likeness regulations for collegiate athletes. Supporters have said the bill would make Oklahoma's recruiting classes more competitive.
Senate Bill 34: updates statutory references to prevention of youth access to tobacco
Senate Bill 58: extends the Board of Governors of the Licensed Architects, Landscape Architects and Registered Commercial Interior Designers of Oklahoma until 2026
Senate Bill 60: extends the Board of Chiropractic Examiners until 2026
Senate Bill 162: extends the State Board of Examiners of Psychologists
Senate Bill 249: makes it easier for health care providers to provide hospice palliative drugs to patients
Senate Bill 123: relates to parole eligibility
Senate Bill 125: relating to how often law library boards of trustees must meet
Senate Bill 267: increases the membership of the Advancement of Wellness Advisory Council
Senate Bill 369: requires an employer to conduct a criminal background check before a nurse aide begins employment or a contract
Senate Bill 395: creates an income tax check-off to benefit the Recovering Oklahomans After Disaster organization
Senate Bill 479: updates definitions in the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act to include members of the active or reserve components of Space Force
Senate Bill 534: amends the gross adjusted income required to be eligible for the Family Support Program to a gross adjusted income that did not exceed 300% of the federal poverty level guidelines. The previous income line was $45,000.
Senate Bill 617: requires any action against a limited liability company to be brought in the county which it is situated or holds its principal place of business
Senate Bill 623: various updates to Service Oklahoma
Senate Bill 841: relating to motor vehicle storage
Senate Bill 889: expands the definition of a dairy farm and milk to include any hoofed mammal, and doubles the fee on milk products