Oklahoma City takes stronger stance against ‘Right to Farm’

OKLAHOMA CITY – The state’s largest municipality is telling voters to shoot down a controversial proposal, known as “Right to Farm.”

A new resolution urges people in Oklahoma City to vote no on State Question 777.

The move comes two weeks after the council suggested voters “carefully consider” the “adverse effects” of a constitutional amendment granting additional, special protections to the agriculture industry.

Other cities, including Edmond, Choctaw and The Village have passed similar resolutions.