Legislative Bill Tracker

We fight to protect civil liberties for all Oklahomans through our work at the state legislature. The 2022 legislative session begins on February 7, 2022.

During the upcoming session, follow our legislative bill tracker to learn more about bills that affect your civil liberties.

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HB 2973

Creates the Parental and Family Rights in Counseling Protection Act, which prohibits political subdivisions of this state from disallowing religious and mental health advisors to engage in sexual orientation change efforts for all ages; EMERGENCY.

December 10, 2021 2SLGBT+ Rights

HB 2974

Directs the Election Board to examine the total population of registered voters each year and notify county officials of any non-military, non-medical, non-multiunit housing with more than ten registered voters.

December 10, 2021 Voting Rights

HB 2975

Mandates that voter registration be terminated in the event of death, felony conviction, court order, registration to vote in another state or surrender of an Oklahoma driver license after being licensed to drive in another state.

December 10, 2021 Voting Rights

HB 2976

Limits access to the state voter registration database to government entities and court systems which provide felony conviction data to the Election Board.

December 10, 2021 Voting Rights

SB 1138

Provides for expanded standards related to school bullying, adjusting reporting requirements, providing civil liability protections to persons making reports and directing superintendents to provide bullying statistics to board of education; EMERGENCY.

December 10, 2021 2SLGBT+ Rights

SB 1130

Directs the Board of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to recognize certain accreditation standards when determining compliance for treatment programs offered to persons with drug or alcohol dependencies.

December 10, 2021 Criminal Law Reform Disability Rights