10 lesser-known Oklahoma laws that take effect on Monday

For a bunch of folks who don't like the government telling them what to do, our esteemed lawmakers sure love to create new laws!


Earlier this week, The Oklahoman took a look at some of the 350-odd laws that go into effect on November 1st. Some of them may benefit Oklahoma society, but for the most part, they're usually mix of pointless designations and unconstitutional anti-abortion and anti-immigration regulations to make sure our state doesn't get too much better.


Unsurprisingly, there are also a few kooky ones* that will soon be on the books. In fact, here are 10 lesser-known Oklahoma laws that take effect on Monday!



1. High School Seniors must pass “Oklahoma English” test to graduate


It’s now a requirement to properly pronounce Miami, Berlin, and Chickasha to be granted a state-issued ID in Oklahoma.




2. Local Law Enforcement Legally Required to Refuse the COVID-19 Vaccine


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