Oklahoma’s House Concurrent Resolution 1028, authored by State Rep. Charles Key, passed the Oklahoma House today.  The vote was 73-22 with 6 not voting.

Here’s the final tally:

    YEAS:   73

    Armes              Hickman            McNiel             Sherrer
    Banz               Holland            Miller             Shoemake
    Blackwell          Jackson            Moore              Smithson
    Brannon            Jett               Murphey            Steele
    Christian          Johnson            Nelson             Sullivan
    Coody              Jones              Ortega             Terrill
    Cooksey            Jordan             Ownbey             Thompson
    Cox                Joyner             Peters             Thomsen
    Dank               Kern               Peterson           Tibbs
    Denney             Key                Proctor            Trebilcock
    Derby              Kirby              Pruett             Walker
    DeWitt             Lamons             Reynolds           Watson
    Dorman             Liebmann           Richardson         Wesselhoft
    Duncan             Luttrell           Ritze              Wright, H.
    Enns               Martin, Sc         Rousselot          Wright, J.
    Faught             Martin, St.        Sanders            Mr. Speaker
    Fields             McCullough         Schwartz
    Glenn              McDaniel, R.       Sears
    Harrison           McMullen           Shannon            

    NAYS:   22

    Auffet             Collins            McAffrey           Scott
    Bailey             Hamilton           McDaniel, J.       Shelton
    Brown              Hilliard           McPeak             Shumate
    Buck               Hoskin             Morgan             Williams
    Cannaday           Inman              Pittman
    Carey              Kouplen            Roan               

    EXCUSED:    6

    Billy              Morrissette        Osborn
    Kiesel             Nations            Renegar            

    CONSTITUTIONAL PRIVILEGE:    0

Read the full text of the resolution here. (h/t AirForceBrat)


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