New Bills Passed for the 2014 Legislative Session
House Bill 2518
by Rep. Vaughan and Sen. Fields. Stating that applicants for resident lifetime licenses must intend to remain residents of the state.
House Bill 2618
by Rep. Steve Martin and Sen. Fields. Providing for specialized licensing for nuisance wildlife control operators; providing for exemptions. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.
House Bill 3135
by Rep. Jackson and Sen. Schulz. Removing quail from the list of species that can be hunted on a five-day nonresident hunting license. Bill would be effective immediately upon passage.
House Bill 3134
by Rep. Jackson and Sen. Schulz. Changing purchasing procedures for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for conservation-related activities on lands owned or managed by the Department. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.