350+ New Oklahoma Laws Started November 1st

Over 350 new laws in Oklahoma will take effect on November 1, 2021. From education changes to medical marijuana reforms and naming a state highway after a controversial former president, Oklahoma’s new laws run the gamut. Some of the highlights: Civics test and more changes at schools impacting education Starting in the 2022-23 school year, Oklahoma high school students will be required to pass a civics test with questions drawn from the U.S. naturalization exam in order to graduate. Students will have to score 60% or higher on the 100-question test that will pluck government and history questions from the…

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