|SB 445 Smith of the Senate and Cox of the House.
[ Oklahoma Security Guard and Private Investigator Act - effective date ]
SB 487 Rabon and Capps of the Senate and Matlock of the House.
An Act relating to revenue and taxation; amending 68 O.S. 1991, Section 1371, which relates to county sales taxes; allowing county to impose lodging tax upon gross proceeds or gross receipts from certain lodging services; providing exception; specifying procedure for enactment of such tax; requiring voter approval and providing for election thereon; specifying applicability and effective date of tax; requiring designation of purpose; providing for deposit of revenues; specifying provisions relating to duration of tax; creating certain funds and providing for deposit thereto and expenditure therefrom; providing for construction of certain term; providing for codification; and providing an effective date.
SB 525 Fisher of the Senate and Tyler of the House.
An Act relating to revenue and taxation; amending 68 O.S. 1991, Section 2812, as amended by Section 6, Chapter 192, O.S.L. 1997 (68 O.S. Supp. 2000, Section 2812), which relates to ad valorem taxes; providing for listing and assessment of certain manufactured homes as real property; and providing an effective date.
SB 573 Dickerson of the Senate and Plunk of the House.
[ elections - procedures for students and election boards – certification of signatures – codification - effective date ]
SB 730 Coffee of the Senate and Piatt of the House.
[ Oklahoma Teacher Preparation Act – mentor teachers - local professional development programs – effective date ]
SJR 11 Morgan of the Senate and Paulk of the House.
A Joint Resolution directing the Secretary of State to refer to the people for their approval or rejection proposed amendments to Section B-3 of Article VII, Section 33A of Article X, and Section B-1 of Article XIII of the Oklahoma Constitution; amending provisions for appointments made to the Judicial Nominating Commission, State Industrial Finance Authority, and the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges to be consistent with changes to Oklahoma’s Congressional Districts; deleting obsolete language; providing ballot title; and directing filing.
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