Bill Information for SB 368 

SB 368 by Bullard and Hill

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Oklahoma Religious Freedom Act; prohibiting governmental declaration of religious institution as nonessential; prohibiting certain closures. Effective date. Emergency.



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First Reading 137 02/01/2021 S

Authored by Senator Bullard 137 02/01/2021 S

Second Reading referred to Judiciary 306 02/02/2021 S

Reported Do Pass Judiciary committee; CR filed 365 02/09/2021 S

Coauthored by Representative Gann (principal House author) 379 02/10/2021 S

Coauthored by Senator Bergstrom 484 02/24/2021 S

remove as principal author Representative Gann and substitute with Representative Hill 572 03/02/2021 S

coauthored by Gann 572 03/02/2021 S

Coauthored by Senator Burns 03/11/2021 S

Coauthored by Senator Jett 03/11/2021 S

Coauthored by Senator Taylor 03/11/2021 S

Coauthored by Senator Stephens 03/11/2021 S

General Order, Considered 03/11/2021 S

Measure and Emergency passed: Ayes: 37 Nays: 9 03/11/2021 S

Referred for engrossment 03/11/2021 S

Engrossed to House 03/15/2021 S

First Reading 924 03/15/2021 H

Second Reading referred to States Rights 939 03/22/2021 H

CR; Do Pass States Rights Committee 971 03/31/2021 H

Coauthored by Representative(s) Davis 971 03/31/2021 H

General Order 1164 04/20/2021 H

Remove as coauthor Representative(s) Gann 1164 04/20/2021 H

Coauthored by Representative(s) Lawson, Boles, West (Kevin), CrosswhiteHader, Phillips, Kendrix, Russ 1164 04/20/2021 H

Third Reading, Measure and Emergency passed: Ayes: 72 Nays: 20 1165 04/20/2021 H

Signed, returned to Senate 1165 04/20/2021 H

Referred for enrollment 04/21/2021 S

Coauthored by Representative Grego 04/21/2021 S

remove as coauthor Representative(s) Kendrix 04/21/2021 S

Coauthored by Representative Roberts (Sean) 04/21/2021 S

Coauthored by Senator Standridge 04/21/2021 S

Enrolled, to House 04/22/2021 S

Signed, returned to Senate 04/22/2021 H

Sent to Governor 04/22/2021 S

Approved by Governor 04/26/2021 04/26/2021 S

Address: 2300 N Lincoln Blvd., State Capitol Building, Oklahoma City, OK 73105