It seems that every passing year presents a new set of laws we, as citizens of Oklahoma, must follow to remain law-abiding citizens. 2022 is no different.

Although the bulk of the laws will mean little to us individually, there is a mix of good and controversial things in this year's legislative update.

Expanded health rights for women and our state's youth is always a good thing. Preparing for the future of travel is a good thing too, but there are a few updates to the Oklahoma laws that are sure to create debate and argument between those on the far edge of political sides.

Libraries and content censorship have been a very hot topic for the last year or so in Oklahoma. Changes to the marijuana industry show both common sense growth, but also a money grab for additional tax revenues.

Here are the footnotes of what your elected leaders have been working on.

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