Employers May Be Liable for Consequences of Vaccine Mandates in Oklahoma: Bill Would Allow Workers To Sue Employers For $1M Over Harm

By |2021-12-06T10:20:50-05:00December 6th, 2021|

Lawyers may soon find themselves fretting over how to best protect their companies from future liability. Should they follow the unconstitutional Washington bandwagon and enact mandates or wring hands over lawsuits stemming from possible vaccine side effects should the companies require employee vaccination? As a private medical decision, the answer is clear to us — stay out of your employees’ medical decisions!

Oklahoma, where reform comes sweepin’ down the plain

By |2020-11-22T09:54:24-05:00November 22nd, 2020|

State senators in Oklahoma are taking their oaths to protect the Constitution and their state citizens seriously and encouraging the U.S. Congress to do the same. The two Republican lawmakers have filed legislation that would strengthen state statutes while encouraging federal legislators to pass photo ID and paper ballot laws.

Source: Oklahoma, where reform comes sweepin’ down the plain

“Manipulation Not Constitution” for Oklahoma activist group

By |2020-04-23T21:47:54-04:00February 16th, 2020|

People Not Politicians is a progressive group trying circumvent Constitutional redistricting power that resides in the majority party of a state (as upheld by SCOTUS.) But never mind the “Supremes,” PNP is pushing state lawsuits to create an “independent” (ha!) citizen’s commission to determine redistricting. Their first lawsuit was shot down by the Oklahoma Supreme Court, so they now going for round two. Just the beginning of this movement, so stay tuned.

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