Recreational Marijuana Petition, Tribal Gaming Compacts, Four-Day School Weeks & More

Dec 20, 2019

This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill and ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel about a petition filed to allow voters to add recreational marijuana to the state constitution, the battle between Governor Stitt and tribal leaders over gaming compacts heats up as the end of the year gets closer and Oklahoma City Democratic Representative Shane Stone delays his resignation by one daym removing the need for a special election.

 

The trio also discusses a lawsuit by Epic Virtual Charter School against State Senator Ron Sharpe over allegations of slander and libel. 

Also, parents and teachers of schools with four-day weeks are calling on lawmakers not to adopt policies which could end them.