Oklahoma state Rep. Randy Terrill investigatory committee named
Eight members are named to a bipartisan House committee to look into allegations against Oklahoma Rep. Randy Terrill that led to a felony bribery charge being filed against him. Terrill’s attorney says the process should be open to the public.
BY MICHAEL MCNUTT •
Modified: February 15, 2011 at 12:04 am •
Published: February 15, 2011
A special House investigatory committee was named Monday to look into allegations that led to Rep. Randy Terrill being charged with a felony bribery count. The attorney for Terrill, R-Moore, said he is disappointed the process will be closed to the public.
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The special investigatory committee looking into allegations involving Rep. Randy Terrill, R-Moore, is evenly divided between Republicans and Democrats.
Rep. Fred Jordan, R-Jenks, is chairman. He is a former U.S. Marine Corps judge advocate and attorney who is chairman of the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee.
Rep. Ben Sherrer, D-Chouteau, an attorney, is vice chairman.
Other members are:
â€¢Rep. Gary Banz, R-Midwest City.
â€¢Rep. Doug Cox, R-Grove.
â€¢Rep. Steve Kouplen, D-Beggs.
â€¢Rep. Jeannie McDaniel, D-Tulsa.
â€¢Rep. Harold Wright, R-Weatherford.
â€¢Rep. Purcy Walker, D-Elk City.