Monday, March 14, 2011
The Oklahoma House of Representatives voted this afternoon to publicly reprimand two members for separate incidents that took place last week.
The body voted 67-18 (7 members abstained, taking 'Constitutional privilege') to censure Rep. Mike Reynolds (R-OKC) for interrupting the Pastor of the Day on last Thursday, and 34-30 (with 30 members taking 'Constitutional privilege') to censure Rep. Randy Terrill (R-Moore) for saying very strong obscenities (FCC-fine kind of words, coupled with physical threats against the Speaker) to a staff member in the Majority Floor Leader's office.
Peter Rudy of Oklahoma Watchdog has more here.
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