If I can find the actual article, I'll add it to this
Update: I misheard the broadcast earlier, just found this:
Oklahoma's attorney general and assistant attorneys general would be able to carry firearms virtually anywhere in the state under a bill approved in the House.
The House voted 82-11 on Tuesday for the bill that authorizes those state officers to carry anywhere in the state, except while off-duty on private property where the owner prohibits it.
I have a couple of 'Bullcrap!' thoughts, but the basic is covered here:
Rep. John Bennett of Sallisaw says he believes lawmakers should also be allowed to carry firearms anywhere in the state. But Martin opposed that suggestion of giving legislators "unjustified privileges" that average citizens don't enjoy.
Other stuff I missed a few days back:
OKLAHOMA CITY -
The governor and other state officials would be prohibited from banning or confiscating firearms during a state of emergency under a bill signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin.