It’s April! This week, I had productive meetings in the Government Efficiency Committee, County and Municipal Government Committee, and Appropriations and Budget Subcommittee on Human Services.
I passed SB 700 through the House Judiciary Committee. This bill legally recognizes data stored and transacted on a blockchain. Electronic signatures secured through blockchain technology are also considered to have the same legal standing as any other electronic signatures defined under this statute.
There were many Lawtonians in Oklahoma City this week. A delegation from MacArthur Middle School came to visit the State Capitol, and quite a few folks were at the 24th annual Southwest Oklahoma Legislative Reception. I was also grateful for the opportunity to help Dean Lester learn more about the legislative process. Dean spent this past week at the Capitol through the House Page Program. He’s currently a sophomore at Lawton High School and extremely involved in FFA.
The included picture captures a moment when I was writing birthday cards to constituents back home. We haven’t gotten the entire list of Lawtonians organized quite yet, but we’re going to do our best to send as many birthday cards as possible. An individual’s birthday is a special moment that ought to be celebrated!
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