Take Shelter Oklahoma to sue Governor over open records requests
Take Shelter Oklahoma is putting Governor Mary Fallin on notice.
The group has created a ballot initiative that would put storm shelters in schools statewide using $500 milllion in franchise tax money.
In October, NewsChannel 4 told you that Governor Mary Fallin is opposed to the organization’s initiative, saying that building safe rooms is a local issue and that local school boards should decide whether they want them or not.
Months ago, the group filed an open records request for all of Governor Fallin’s emails regarding the initiative petition to put storm shelters in schools.
The governor has yet to respond.
Take Shelter Oklahoma and their attorney are announcing today that Governor Fallin has until Friday to comply with their request or they will file a lawsuit against her.
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