Gov. Stitt signs bill allowing public bodies to meet virtually

Gov. Kevin Stitt on Wednesday signed a bill that would allow public bodies to meet by means of teleconference or video conference.

Senate Bill 661, passed by the Legislature on Tuesday, amends the Oklahoma Open Meetings Act.

“Senate Bill 661 allows all of our boards, commissions and other groups to continue to meet and conduct the people’s business without gathering in groups larger than 10,” Stitt said.

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