Washington, D.C. - Attorney General O’Connor and 23 other state attorneys general sent a letter to President Biden today, warning that litigation will follow the implementation of the proposed mandate on private sector employees to either get a COVID-19 shot, submit to weekly testing, or be fired. The coalition of AGs outlined their legal and policy concerns with the mandate, which will be carried out through an Occupational Safety and Health Act emergency temporary standard.
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OKLAHOMA CITY - Attorney General John O'Connor today released the following statement after President Joe Biden announced new, imposing vaccine rules on health care workers, private companies and federal workers.
More McGirt-related cases moving forward at Supreme Court to overturn or limit the 2020 ruling
OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General John O’Connor today announced the state will dismiss its appeal in the case against Shaun Michael Bosse after securing a major victory in the state’s case against him earlier this week.
In addition to other McGirt-related cases already pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, Attorney General O’Connor plans to file more cases to either overturn or limit the McGirt decision in the coming weeks.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General John O’Connor and Governor Kevin Stitt today released the following statements following the unanimous ruling by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals that the McGirt case does not apply to convictions retroactively.
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OKLAHOMA CITY - Attorney General John O’Connor today urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to fight back against illegal robocalls and caller ID spoofing by moving up the deadline for telephone companies to implement caller ID technology.
The current deadline for compliance for some companies isn’t until June 2023.
Attorney general O’Connor said the deadline is too far away.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General John O’Connor today filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the court to overturn the 2020 McGirt ruling that held the state does not have jurisdiction to prosecute major crimes committed by Native Americans in a large portion of eastern Oklahoma, including the City of Tulsa.
OKLAHOMA CITY – In his first major official act, Attorney General John O’Connor today filed a brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, a decision that for decades has wrongly barred states from prohibiting the killing of unborn children.
Biden administration relies on erroneous expansion of McGirt decision
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Kevin Stitt, working with the Oklahoma Office of the Attorney General, filed a lawsuit against the Department of Interior, Secretary Deb Halaand and other Biden administration officials for unlawfully attempting to strip Oklahoma of its jurisdiction to regulate surface coal mining and reclamation operations.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The U.S. Supreme Court today delivered a victory for property owners when it reversed a lower court’s decision regarding a California labor regulation on farmers.
The ruling said the regulation that allowed union organizers to come onto private farms without permission in order to recruit agricultural workers violated the constitutional rights of the farm owners when California refused to compensate the property owners for the entry. The regulation allowed union organizers to enter the private property for up to three hours a day, 120 days a year.
LAKE CHARLES, LA – A federal judge in Louisiana has sided with a group of states, including Oklahoma, who have challenged President Joe Biden’s attempt to disrupt America’s energy industry through an executive order.
Judge Terry Doughty has issued a preliminary injunction, blocking the Biden administration’s effort to halt the sale of new oil and gas leases on federal land and offshore wells.