Proposed Policy Regulating the Use of County Property for Free Speech Activities

Oklahoma County Commissioners are voting on an unconstitutional attempt to limit free speech tomorrow, 8/12, at 9 AM. This afternoon we sent the following letter to all commisioners noting that if enacted – let alone enforced – the County can expect the ACLU of Oklahoma to challenge the Policy as an impermissible burden upon the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.

We urge all OK County residents to reach out to their county commissioner and ask them to vote NO on Agenda Item 31: Resolution 2020-3957, which would regulate the use of county property for free speech activities.

You can find your commissioner and district here:

Meetings are held at the Oklahoma County Office Building, 320 Robert S Kerr Ave, OKC, BOCC Meeting Room 204.