The city of Sand Springs approves a gender neutral public decency ordinance.

The new rule bans obscene nudity by a woman or a man if it causes an alarm or disturbance, because city officials didn’t want to discriminate based on a person’s sex.

Chief of Police Mike Carter says his officers aren’t going to be patrolling Sand Springs looking for topless people and issuing citations.

This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill and ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel about the Attorney General's announcement saying despite a Tenth Cicuit ruling, women in Oklahoma don't have the right to go topless, also the AG's cease and desist order against at-home rape kit companies he says aren't admissable in courts and a bipartisan group of lawmakers come out in support of a California law allowing college athletes to get endorsements like the pros.