After a Senate Committee last week passed Oklahoma HB 2597 - the state’s version of ‘constitutional carry’ legislation. Now, the state’s governor has indicated he’ll sign the bill if it makes it to his desk. From Barbara Hoberock, Tulsa World:
Stitt said he liked the protections in the bill for property rights and organizations such as the National Basketball Association, in which a property owner or business owner can choose to say it is a gun-free environment.
“So I think that has the protections that were voiced by some property owners,” Stitt said. “I am very supportive of that piece of it.
“We will monitor it and make sure there are no changes coming out the Senate, but I am very supportive of the Second Amendment and look forward to signing it.”