Legislature gets “D” in public information
OKLAHOMA CITY—While state leaders are attempting to get good grades in the classroom, the Oklahoma State Legislature has received a less than stellar score.
A non-partisan group has listed Oklahoma as a state where it is difficult for citizens to be informed about legislative actions.
The Sunlight Foundation gave Oklahoma a “D” on its report card for public information.
The group says there are issues like electronic access, timeliness and requiring a certain computer software to access records.
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