Glenn Coffee & Associates staff works diligently to stay up-to-date on government rules and regulations, attending dozens of agency, board and commission meetings each year. Our newsletter shares the latest in ethics and administrative rules, and commentary on how it will affect your business.

May 29, 2019

Gov. Kevin Stitt signed legislation on Tuesday rejecting all amendments to the Ethics Rules proposed by the Oklahoma Ethics Commission.
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May 20, 2019

When the Legislature spurned the Ethics Commission’s request for a 600% increase in its funding a year ago, the Commission responded by filing an unprecedented lawsuit against the Governor and the Legislature in the Oklahoma Supreme Court.
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May 20, 2019

In the waning days of the 2019 legislative session, the Legislature is on a collision course with the Ethics Commission for the second year in a row.
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May 20, 2019

The Ethics Commission agreed at its May 10 meeting to settle six collection cases filed in Oklahoma County District Court earlier this year. The Ethics Commission filed multiple cases in an effort to collect late-filing fees, also known as compliance fees.
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May 20, 2019

Trade associations and other not-for-profit membership organizations, excluding labor unions, will soon be able to solicit contributions from affiliated limited political action committees. Beginning Nov. 1, associations can bypass corporate members and directly solicit their employees and officers.
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Mar 25, 2019

Gov. Kevin Stitt appears poised to prohibit state agencies from contracting with private lobbyists.
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Mar 25, 2019

Ethics Commission watchers have been scratching their heads over the recent pattern and substance of Commission meetings.
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Mar 25, 2019

While it is unknown whether bitcoin has ever been used to make campaign contributions in Oklahoma, the Ethics Commission would be ready under proposed legislation.
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Mar 25, 2019

The Federal Election Commission has increased the maximum individual campaign contribution limit from $2,700 to $2,800 for the 2020 election cycle, and the Oklahoma Ethics Commission wasn’t far behind.
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Jan 31, 2019

The Ethics Commission has decided against moving forward with a rule that would have regulated “indirect lobbying.”
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