The Oklahoma Corporation Commission has decided to determine whether the records of telecommunications companies are confidential on a case-by-case basis.
The three-member commission Thursday agreed to dismiss a proposal that it determine what records will be kept confidential under the Oklahoma Open Records Act and decided instead to use the case-by-case method.
The commission uses information in annual reports by telephone companies to review which companies are doing business in a particular exchange and to determine the public utility assessment fee for each company.
Originally published on Thu July 18, 2013 10:47 pm
(Updated 11:45 p.m. ET)
Massachusetts State Police Sgt. Sean Murphy, who released images that depict the capture and arrest of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has reportedly been "relieved of duty," Boston Magazine reported Thursday night.
Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby addresses the National Lieutenant Governors Association and tells them American Indian tribes are a plus for the state's economy and create jobs for natives and non-natives.
Oklahoma's 39 federally recognized Native American tribes generate more than $12 billion each year for the state's economy and have more than 80,000 employees, the governor of the Chickasaw Nation said Wednesday. You have clicked on a link to information that is exclusive to Journal Record subscribers.
House Appropriations and Budget Committee Chair Scott Martin said he expects the committee to hear interim studies “as quickly as possible.” Martin, R-Norman, said he is looking at the possibility of A&B subcommittees hearing several of the studies, but he has not made a final decision.
“We hope to move as quickly as possible on these interim studies,” Martin said. “The speaker has asked us to hear these studies as soon as we can with respect to our fellow community members and the author of the study.”
Altus leaders have approved a $109,000 contract for a Texas firm to seek additional water sources for the city.
The city wants a new source to reduce its dependence on the Tom Steed Reservoir in Kiowa County, which has served as the city's primary water source since the 1970s. The Lawton Constitution reports the city has implemented water-use restrictions because of dropping lake levels.