Oklahoma Question 724, No Pay for State Legislators While In Prison (2006)
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|Oklahoma State Question 725|
The official ballot summary said:
- "This measure amends Article V, Section 21 of the State Constitution. That Section deals with State pay to legislators. The amendment restricts State pay to some legislators. The pay restriction would apply to some legislators while in jail or prison. The pay restriction would apply to legislators found guilty of a crime. It would also apply to legislators who plead either guilty or no contest. Affected legislators must return any State pay received for time while in jail or prison."
"If I went to jail or prison, I would lose my job, and salary" says an anonymous member of the OK Blawg. "They should have lost salary when they were not showing up for work, and then lost their job, like everyone else! I can not believe it is even a question!"
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