Fallin Signs Six Bills Into Law
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has signed into law bills making it easier to lose a tobacco dealer license and saying small honey producers don't need to be inspected and regulated by the state.
Fallin signed six bills Wednesday. One says tobacco and cigarette dealers will lose their licenses if they sell their product unfairly or break any drug or controlled substance law. Another bill exempts beekeepers from state regulation if they sell fewer than 500 gallons of honey that are produced within Oklahoma and are properly labeled.
The four other bills deal with alarm and locksmith regulations, attorney training, changing court judgments and training for school board members.