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SB 1671 Failure to Disclose

SB 1671 Failure to Disclose

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An Act relating to crimes and punishments; providing penalties for member of the Legislature who fails to disclose certain conflict of interest; requiring each House of Legislature to determine certain rules of proceedings; providing for codification; and providing a conditional effective date

An Act relating to crimes and punishments; providing penalties for member of the Legislature who fails to disclose certain conflict of interest; requiring each House of Legislature to determine certain rules of proceedings; providing for codification; and providing a conditional effective date

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STATE OF OKLAHOMA2nd Session of the 52nd Legislature (2010)SENATE BILL 1671By:RiceAS INTRODUCEDAn Act relating to crimes and punishments; providingpenalties for member of the Legislature who fails todisclose certain conflict of interest; requiring eachHouse of Legislature to determine certain rules ofproceedings; providing for codification; andproviding a conditional effective date.BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA:SECTION 2. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codifiedin the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 309.1 of Title 21, unless thereis created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:A. Any member of the Legislature who knowingly has a personalor private interest in any measure or bill, proposed or pendingbefore the Legislature, and who does not disclose such fact to theHouse of which he or she is a member as required in Section 24 ofArticle V of the Oklahoma Constitution with the intent of realizinga gain as a result of such interest, shall be guilty of a felonypunishable by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary not exceedingten (10) years, or by a fine not exceeding the greater of threetimes the amount of such gain or Fifty Thousand DollarsReq. No. 3543Page 1

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