OKC must pay $986,350 in attorney’s fees over unconstitutional anti-panhandling law

If you see OKC Mayor David Holt standing on a street corner begging for change, I guess we know why!


Just months after the U.S. Supreme Court put an official end to the city's dogged attempt to reinstate an ordinance that prevented people from begging for change on city medians because they annoyed snobby rich ladies, US District Judge Joe Hornton ruled the city must pay $986,350 in attorney fees to the legal team who worked hard to overturn the unconstitutional law.


Here's his "conclusion."


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