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When Will Lawton Repeal the Mask Mandate?
When Will Lawton Repeal the Mask Mandate?
Last week Governor Greg Abbott announced that Texas would be reopening 100% doing away with their mask mandate and other COVID-19 related restrictions. Yesterday (03-11-22) Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt issued an executive order that would remove any restrictions on live events across the state and he repealed the mask mandate for state buildings. Oklahoma never had a statewide mask mandate, instead it was left up to each individual county and city to decide what they wanted to do. Which Includes Lawton, Fort Sill.
Another Stimulus Check is on the Way!
Another Stimulus Check is on the Way!
The U.S. House of Representatives just passed the latest stimulus bill "The American Rescue Plan" by a vote of (220 to 211). As predicted the vote fell along party lines without a single Republican voting for the new COVID-19 relief package. The bill has gone back and forth between the House, to the Senate and back to the House. It will now head to the Oval Office to be signed by President Joe Biden. He's expected to sign the new bill later this week, more than likely on Friday, March 12th (03-12-21) maybe even sooner.
Would You Still Wear a Mask if Lawton Lifted the Mandate?
Would You Still Wear a Mask if Lawton Lifted the Mandate?
There's been a lot of talk and speculation over the past several days about the possibility of more and more states, cities and counties lifting their mask mandates. The conversation started earlier this week when Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that he plans on reopening the state 100% over the next couple of weeks. Texas will be doing away with not only their mask mandate, but other COVID-19 rules and restrictions.
Will Oklahoma Follow Texas on Mask Mandates?
Will Oklahoma Follow Texas on Mask Mandates?
Governor Greg Abbott announced yesterday (03-02-21) that the mask mandate in Texas is being lifted and that several other COVID-19 rules and restrictions would be repealed later this week. Gov. Abbott wants to open the state back up 100% and as you can imagine it's caused quite a bit of controversy and concern. Some agree, others disagree. We're finally starting to see COVID-19 numbers drop, but is it too soon?
11pm Curfew for Oklahoma Bars and Restaurants is Over!
11pm Curfew for Oklahoma Bars and Restaurants is Over!
The 11:00pm curfew for Oklahoma bars and restaurants has been lifted! Over the past 2 days a lot has happened with the mandatory curfew and the extension of Oklahoma's COVID-19 state of emergency orders or mandates. Earlier this week news broke that District Judge Susan Stallings extended a temporary restraining order that put a hold on the enforcement of the curfew for the next 6 months. Several Oklahoma bars and restaurants have filed lawsuits over the curfew and challenged it's enforcement.

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