Senator Shortey, State Website Hacked & Bill Deadline

Mar 24, 2017

This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill and ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel about Senator Ralph Shortey who resigned his position at the State Capitol after he was charged with three felony counts of child prostitution, 430,000 Oklahomans might have had their identities stolen after a website for people applying for state jobs got hacked & lawmakers reach a deadline for bills to be out of their chambers of origin.

The trio also discusses another situation where Oklahoma County Sheriff candidate Mike Christian is appearing to get endorsements without that actually being the case and State Representative Scott Martin announces he is leaving at the end of the legislative session to take a position with the Norman Chamber of Commerce.