Passed in 1990 with 67 percent voting in favor of it, Oklahoma’s term limits law allows for a total of 12 years to be spent between both chambers.
This year, Senator Mary Easley (D-Tulsa) introduced SJR 3, which if passed, would place a question on the next ballot asking for the repeal of term limits. The bill was introduced on February 2 and referred to the Rules Committee on February 10.
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