Oklahoma governor signs eight bills into law, vetoes two
BY RANDY KREHBIEL World Staff Writer
Saturday, May 05, 2012
5/05/12 at 6:11 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY - Gov. Mary Fallin signed eight bills into law Friday and vetoed two others.
Fallin vetoed House Bill 2669, which would have removed the requirement that cemetery plats be filed with county clerks, and HB 2903, which would have required 911 systems to report address changes to county election boards.
In her veto message, Fallin said HB 2903 would make information obtained for medical purposes into public records and could interfere with voting rights.
Bills signed into law included HB 2419, which provides liability protection to property owners offering shelter from severe weather, and Senate Bill 1083, which provides for counseling services to state employees exposed to emotional trauma while on the job.
Original Print Headline: Gov. Fallin signs 8 bills, vetoes 2