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Oklahoma Legislative Bill Updates: Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Published: May 12, 2010
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HOME BREW
AT STAKE: House Bill 2348 allows Oklahomans to brew their own beer at home. Home brewers will be required to have a permit from the Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission.

WHAT HAPPENED: Signed by the governor.

WHAT’S NEXT: Takes effect 90 days after session adjourns.

ELEVATORS
AT STAKE: House Bill 2530 exempts Spanish Cove, a retirement complex in Yukon, from being required to install elevators.

WHAT HAPPENED: Signed by the governor.

WHAT’S NEXT: Takes effect Nov. 1.

SEX OFFENDERS
AT STAKE: House Bill 2934 requires convicted sex offenders to register online identities.

WHAT HAPPENED: Signed by the governor.

WHAT’S NEXT: Takes effect Nov. 1.

CRIME DETAILS
AT STAKE: House Bill 3294 allows the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation to release details about ongoing cases if the information would be helpful in solving a crime.

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