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  • State Rep. Sally Kern (OK) 8:02 pm on April 21, 2013 Permalink |
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    Oklahoma outlaws use of foreign law in state courts

    Bill: HB1060 (PDF)

    Sponsored by Reps. Kern, Fisher, Hulbert, Blackwell, Ritze and Sens. Shortey and Stanislawski; and signed into law in 2013 by Governor Mary Fallin; HB1060 (see also SB951) states that, “Any court, arbitration, tribunal, or administrative agency ruling or decision shall violate the public policy of this state and be void and unenforceable if the court, arbitration, tribunal, or administrative agency bases its rulings or decisions in the matter at issue in whole or in part on foreign law that would not grant the parties affected by the ruling or decision the same fundamental liberties, rights, and privileges granted under the U.S. and Oklahoma Constitutions, including but not limited to due process, freedom of religion, speech, or press, and any right of privacy or marriage as specifically defined by the Constitution of this state.” HB1060 would prevent the use and application of U.N. laws or Sharia Law in state court decisions.

    Also: “Anti-Foreign Law Bill signed by Oklahoma governor”

    “Oklahoma ban on foreign and Sharia law heads to governor’s desk for signature”

    “Oklahoma foreign law ban sails through House by 81-11 vote”

    “Shariah Law on America’s Shores”

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  • State Rep. Sally Kern (OK) 2:22 pm on February 2, 2013 Permalink |
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    Oklahoma seeks Parents’ Bill of Rights to block intrusions by state

    Bill: HB1384 (PDF)

    Sponsored by Rep. Sally Kern, HB 1384 (The Parents’ Bill of Rights) states that, “The liberty of parents to direct the upbringing, education, care and mental health of their children is a fundamental right. This state, any political subdivision of this state or any other governmental entity shall not infringe on these rights without demonstrating that the compelling governmental interest as applied to the child involved is of the highest order, is narrowly tailored and is not otherwise served by a less restrictive means.” The bill applies to areas of education, medicine, medical information, religion, and more.

     
  • State Rep. Sally Kern (OK) 12:36 pm on February 2, 2013 Permalink |
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    Oklahoma to ban Agenda 21 green ordinances

    Bill: HB1412 (PDF) (Also: SB23; SB53)

    Sponsored by Rep. Kern (companion bills filed by Sens. Patrick Anderson and Nathan Dahm), HB1412 says: “The state or any political subdivision of the state shall not adopt or implement policy recommendations that deliberately or inadvertently infringe upon or restrict private property rights without due process, as may be required by policy recommendations originating in, or traceable to United Nations Agenda 21/Sustainable Development and any of its subsequent modifications, a resolution adopted by the United Nations in 1992 at its Conference on Environment and Development held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and commonly known as the Earth Summit and reconfirmed in its Rio+20 Conference held in Rio de Janeiro in June 2012, or any other international law or ancillary plan of action that contravenes the Constitution of the United States or the Oklahoma Constitution.”

    Also: “Oklahoma House Passes Bill to Ban UN Agenda 21”

    “Bills opposing Agenda 21 being presented in Oklahoma legislative session”

    “Oklahoma State Senator Patrick Anderson Seeks To Block Agenda 21”

     
  • State Rep. Sally Kern (OK) 3:26 pm on May 14, 2010 Permalink |
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    Oklahoma pursuing Environmental Authority Act to block EPA:

    Bill: HB3219 (text)

    This referendum, if approved by voters, would create the Oklahoma Environmental Authority Act. The measure declares that the regulation of hazardous waste, air pollution, water pollution, oil, natural gas, petroleum and petroleum products are not subject to federal laws or regulation. It allows state environmental agencies to work with federal environmental agencies. It prohibits state agencies from enforcing federal environmental laws and regulations.

    Also: “Cap & Trade Nullification”

     
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