Media Releases May 28, 2022

Oklahoma State Legislature Ends Session with No Further Ballot Attacks

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Today, the Oklahoma Legislature came to a close with the state ballot measure process intact, despite efforts to weaken it. Earlier this year, the Oklahoma House passed Joint Resolution 1059, which would have required constitutional amendments to pass with at least 55% of the vote instead of a simple majority.

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In the News May 17, 2022

NBC Think: How Americans can secure abortion rights when courts and politicians won’t

There’s a path forward in the states: If the Supreme Court does indeed overturn Roe, enshrining reproductive rights in state constitutions via ballot measures will guarantee the protection of reproductive health care for years to come, particularly in states where Republicans control the legislature.

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